Montreal's Irish Mafia: The True Story of the Infamous West End Gang by D'Arcy O'Connor. $13.98. Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 18, 2011). Publication: April 18, 2011. Edition - 1. Author: D'Arcy O'Connor

Montreal's Irish Mafia: The True Story of the Infamous West End Gang by D'Arcy O'Connor. $13.98. Publisher: Wiley; 1 edition (April 18, 2011). Publication: April 18, 2011. Edition - 1. Author: D'Arcy O'Connor

Kevin Kelley took over operations of the Irish mob in Hell's Kitchen when Jimmy Coonan was sent up the river. He'd been a made man under Coonan for years, so he was ready to move in. Kelley expanded the Irish mob's influence well beyond the West Side of NYC by selling illegal drugs, mainly cocaine.

The Most Infamous Irish Mobsters of All Time

List of famous Irish gangsters in America, with photos and even a few mug shots of the Irish mobsters.

Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob by Dick Lehr and Gerard O'Neill

Black Mass: The True Story of an Unholy Alliance Between the FBI and the Irish Mob by Dick Lehr, Gerard O'Neill - Episode 10

The Irish Mafia : The Oldest Gang In USA  [ Crime Documentary ]

The Irish Mafia: The Oldest Gang In USA. The Irish Mob is the oldest organized crime group in the United States, in existence since the early century. Originating in Irish American street gangs.

James Coonan (born December 21, 1946) known as Jimmy C was a feared mobster and boss of the notorious Hell's Kitchen Irish mob known as the Westies. Coonan is considered one of the most most violent and ruthless Irish mobsters of all time. He took over the Hell's Kitchen Irish mob after Mickey Spillane's 1977 murder. His reign lasted through the mid-1980s. During his time as boss of the Westies, they gained a reputation as a vicious crew of murderers and came to domi...

Jimmy Coonan

James Coonan (born December known as "Jimmy C", was an Irish-American mobster and boss.

Irish Mob | IRISH MOB

An eclectic blend of sarcastic observations, opinionated commentary, hard-nosed common sense, literature, philosophy and rock&roll.

The Celtic Club, also known as the Danny Greene Gang and the Cleveland Irish Mob, was a group of predominantly Irish mobsters that operated in the greater Cleveland, Ohio area in gambling, extortion, murder, loansharking, labor racketeering, union corruption, and other illicit activities.  The Gang was founded by onetime labor union leader-turned Mafia enforcer, Danny Greene.

Five Points Gang - from this gang came some of the most notable gangsters of the depression period including Al Capone, Lucky Luciano, Johnny Torio, Frankie Yale and Jimmy.Neighborhood where most of the orphan train riders came from.

Raymond W. Ferritto[1] (1929 − May 10, 2004) was an Italian American mobster from Erie, Pennsylvania. Ferritto is best known for the 1977 murder of Irish mob boss Danny Greene. He served as hitman and soldier for the Cleveland and Los Angeles crime families.

− May was an Italian American mobster from Erie, Pennsylvania. Ferritto is best known for the 1977 murder of Irish mob boss Danny Greene. He served as hitman and soldier for the Cleveland and Los Angeles crime families.

The Westies : Inside New York's Irish Mob by T. J. English True Crime 1991

The Westies : Inside New York's Irish Mob by T. J. English True Crime 1991

Irish Mob, Westies, True Crime, Literature, Fiction

Ex-Boston Mob Boss 'Whitey' Bulger Convicted of 11 Killings, Other Crimes

Spike TV orders five scripted shows: Hit Men, Whitey Bulger Project, The Lamp, Benghazi Project and iHuman

Kevin J. McTaggart was an Irish-American mobster, member of Cleveland’s Irish mob and lieutenant of Danny Greene.  McTaggart was Danny Greene’s cousin and also Vice president of the Celtic Club. In 1975, Greene began muscling in on many of the Cleveland crime family’s operations. This greatly angered the Cleveland family leadership and would later lead to a bloody gang war for control of the city’s underworld. McTaggart later went onto to become associated with the Cleveland Crime Family.

Kevin J. McTaggart was an Irish-American mobster, member of Cleveland’s Irish…

"The daughter of Irish gangster mob bosses" by argboo ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Posh Girl, Music Notes, Tatty Devine, Topshop, Holster and Balenciaga

"The daughter of Irish gangster mob bosses" by argboo ❤ liked on Polyvore featuring Posh Girl, Music Notes, Tatty Devine, Topshop, Holster and Balenciaga

Myles O'Donnell (1894 – March 10, 1933) was an Irish American bootlegger and mobster during the Roaring Twenties in Chicago during Prohibition. He was most famous for being the founder of the West-side O'Donnell Mob aka the Westside O'Donnells or West-side gang (no relation to the South Side O'Donnells, a rival gang).

Myles O'Donnell (1894 – March 10, 1933) was an Irish American bootlegger and mobster during the Roaring Twenties in Chicago during Prohibition. He was most famous for being the founder of the West-side O'Donnell Mob aka the Westside O'Donnells or West-side gang (no relation to the South Side O'Donnells, a rival gang).

The Irish mob is primarily made up of leprechauns, relatives of the fae in the Courts. The criminal organization laundries money, smuggle goods, and operates an underground glimmer trade. While there are no Seelie or Unseelie leprechauns, they do have their preferences. The Irish Mob works in Ireland and New York. In New York they battle the vampiric Mafia for territory and customer bases. Legally they own all sorts of taverns and bars, for humans and magical beings alike.

Jean-Baptiste Monge Official Website Professional Illustrator, Painter, Character Designer Publishing and Entertainment JBMonge (c) Copyright

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