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How an Australian schoolboy became a brutal and feared Chicago gangster

Goran Drndarevic

Goran Drndarevic Source: Herald Sun

WHEN Melbourne man Goran Drndarevic found his way from Australia and eventually joined the hardest gang in America, Chicago's Almighty Latin Kings Nation, he knew that murder was part of the deal.

 

Given his current circumstances, he may well wish he were as dead as the teenager he gunned down on Chicago's streets in 1994.

Drndarevic is serving 60 years for the murder of a 14-year-old boy.

He is a segregated inmate of one of America's harshest prisons, the Pontiac Correctional Centre of Illinois, built in 1871.

He's a long way from his childhood home in Melbourne, a place his mother wishes the family had never left.


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The true-untold story of Frank Lucas THE AMERICAN GANGSTER



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Whitey Bulger says he is PLEASED after being found guilty of 11 murders and racketeering: Tears of victims' families as notorious Boston mobster is told
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Guilty: James 'Whitey' Bulger was found to have killed 11 of the 19 people he had been accused of

Guilty: James 'Whitey' Bulger was found to have killed 11 of the 19 people he had been accused of. 




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“This was the worst case of corruption in the history of the F.B.I.,” said Michael D. Kendall, a former federal prosecutor who investigated Mr. Bulger’s associates. “It was a multigenerational, systematic alliance with organized crime, where the F.B.I. was actively participating in the murders of government witnesses, or at least allowing them to occur.”   http://mobile.nytimes.com/2013/08/13/us/james-whitey-bulger-verdict.html
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Capone was released from prison early in 1939 for good behaviour after spending long period in hospital suffering with syphilitic dementia.

He spent the last six years of his life at his mansion in Palm Island, Florida, before dying in 1947 after a long period of ill health

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