Ex-Philadelphia Mob Boss: ‘I Would Kill Them All’

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Jun/11/2017

A former Philadelphia mobster-turned informant has said, if given the opportunity, he would kill every last one of them….and the United States government might actually approve.

Former Philadelphia mob boss Ralph Natale was referring to terrorists and called ISIS and others the "greatest threat facing America today."

"We're pussycats on terrorism," he said.

The author of “The Last Don Standing”, Natale, 82, was among the first known government informants who would ultimately spend 13 years behind bars for racketeering and bribery charges lodged against him in 2003.

Under his rule, the Philadelphia Mob profited handsomely from the development of casinos in Atlantic City.  

- Jagajeet Chiba, Gambling911.com

 

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