Interference: How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football

Interference: How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football

Dan E. Moldea / Nov 18, 2019

Interference How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football The underworld has infiltrated every level of the NFL from the players locker rooms to the owners luxury boxes Here is a hard hitting look at the billion dollar influence of the Mob on professional fo

  • Title: Interference: How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football
  • Author: Dan E. Moldea
  • ISBN: 9780688083038
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The underworld has infiltrated every level of the NFL from the players locker rooms to the owners luxury boxes Here is a hard hitting look at the billion dollar influence of the Mob on professional football.

    Interference How Organized Crime Influences Interference book Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers A shocking expos of widespread corruption and mob influence throughout Read reviews from the world s largest community for readers. Interference How Organized Crime Influences Interference chronicles a long standing history of gambling, drugs, and extortion, of point shaving and game fixing, and reveals the eye opening truth about numerous gridiron contests where the final results were determined even before the kickoff. Interference Chapter One Organized crime expert G Robert Blakey, a former top Justice Department lawyer who is now a professor of law at Notre Dame, told me, The Mafia wants an honest game, because they know they have the contacts within the NFL teams to determine how to bet as accurately as possible That s the only edge they need Providing inside information Interference How Organized Crime Influences Interference chronicles a long standing history of gambling, drugs, and extortion, of point shaving and game fixing, and reveals the eye opening truth about numerous gridiron contests where the final results were determined even before the kickoff Moldea exposes the mob connections of many of the team owners and their startling complicity in illegal gambling operations, while showing how NFL Interference how organized crime influences Interference how organized crime influences professional football Dan E Moldea Topics covered include Gilbert Lee Beckley, Carroll Rosenbloom, William G Hundley and NFL Security, Bobby Baker, Joe Namath, Lenny Dawson, and Edward J DeBartolo. Interference How Organized Crime Influences Interference How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football Posted by FTR September , Post a comment Email This Post Print This Post Tweet This Tags Organized Crime

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    About "Dan E. Moldea"

      • Dan E. Moldea

        Dan E Moldea, a specialist on organized crime investigations since 1974, bestselling author, and independent journalist, has published eight nonfiction books The Hoffa Wars Teamsters, Rebels, Politicians and the Mob 1978 The Hunting of Cain A True Story of Money, Greed and Fratricide 1983 Dark Victory Ronald Reagan, MCA, and the Mob 1986 Interference How Organized Crime Influences Professional Football 1989 The Killing of Robert F Kennedy An Investigation of Motive, Means, and Opportunity 1995 Evidence Dismissed The Inside Story of the Police Investigation of O.J Simpson with Tom Lange and Philip Vannatter, 1997 A Washington Tragedy How the Death of Vincent Foster Ignited a Political Firestorm 1998 and Confessions of a Guerrilla Writer Adventures in the Jungles of Crime, Politics, and Journalism 2013 He is currently at work on his ninth true crime book.


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    1. An in-depth (almost encyclopedic) look at how organized crime has influenced the NFL since its beginning. It's almost stunning that this book seems to have been lost to the test of time. From the real-life characters from Martin Scorsese's Casino determining how NFL lines are set, to how NFL owners past (maybe present?) have been openly betting on their own teams, to how the government has had a shady agreement with the NFL about the behavior of both organized crime and the league's players, thi [...]



    2. The first amendment case regarding the book, in the epilogue, was more interesting than most of the content in the book.


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