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This is an incredible book If you are interested in the mob in even a marginal way, you need to read this book Corbitt has led a hell of a life, and he s got an irresistible voice He tells all in this book, and he names names I m in awe of this book, especially since a lot of it happened around where I live It s hard to believe that a place like Willow Springs was so corrupt, but after reading Corbitt s account, it s undeniable It s amazing how one guy born in poverty can become a big shot This is an incredible book If you are interested in the mob in even a marginal way, you need to read this book Corbitt has led a hell of a life, and he s got an irresistible voice He tells all in this book, and he names names I m in awe of this book, especially since a lot of it happened around where I live It s hard to believe that a place like Willow Springs was so corrupt, but after reading Corbitt s account, it s undeniable It s amazing how one guy born in poverty can become a big shot mobster who made thousands of dollars until he got involved in a conspiracy to commit murder, which is where he drew the line I love his perspective in writing this book He figured it would get a few people killed, but he didn t care about that Anyone who dies because this book was published had it coming, anyway Is it any surprise that he died a year after this book was published Sure, on paper he died of lung cancer, but come on The only thing that bugged me about the book is when he started talking about the international deals the mob had going on The story of how Sam Giancana the mobster, not his nephew, who co wrote this book got out of jail is great, but all the deals that Corbitt didn t really have much to do with Those were the only parts of this book that dragged This is one of the greatest non fiction books I ve ever read I never finished reading this book I didn t like the character.Mike Corbitt was a young kid growing up in Chicago He was bullied in school so he learned how to fight He saw wise guys making lots of money and wanted some of that action Sam Giancana helped he join the Outfit Then, Sam Giancana suggested okay, he really doesn t make suggestions that he join the police force He did He later became the Chief of Police of a small town near Chicago and during this entire time was steal par I never finished reading this book I didn t like the character.Mike Corbitt was a young kid growing up in Chicago He was bullied in school so he learned how to fight He saw wise guys making lots of money and wanted some of that action Sam Giancana helped he join the Outfit Then, Sam Giancana suggested okay, he really doesn t make suggestions that he join the police force He did He later became the Chief of Police of a small town near Chicago and during this entire time was steal part of the Outfit something you can t leave alive Eventually he was indicted for racketeering and maybe other charges, too.This is his story He is a nasty character Plainly speaking, he was a bad guy I have no empathy for him so I couldn t continue reading his story.Hope he made no profit from the sale of this book Growing up poor and angry, Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana, who placed him on the Willow Springs, Illinois, police force By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police, he d also moved up the Outfit s ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobster.Corbitt s luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder Although there was a mob Growing up poor and angry, Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana, who placed him on the Willow Springs, Illinois, police force By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police, he d also moved up the Outfit s ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobster.Corbitt s luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder Although there was a mob contract on his life and he was facing a 20 year jail sentence, he refused to testify against organised crime figures under the witness protection programme, maintaining instead the Mafioso s code of silence until his release from prison.Now Corbitt breaks that silence, holding back nothing including the account of his personal involvement in the brutal murder of the wife of Chicago mob attorney Alan Masters.Corbitt bares his soul, confessing in graphic sometimes horrific detail a life lived as both saint and sinner, a life that moved back and forth between the conflicting worlds of the police officer and the gangster with ease Excellent expose on organized crimehow we got to where we are today and the effect organize crime hands on our daily lives I highly recommend this book for people wanting to get an overall view of organized crime, how it began, etc The history of organized crime is fascinating and not what most of us would think I m not condoning what these people do, by any means, but organized crime arose out of necessity, for the most part Things are much different today and there s very little excu Excellent expose on organized crimehow we got to where we are today and the effect organize crime hands on our daily lives I highly recommend this book for people wanting to get an overall view of organized crime, how it began, etc The history of organized crime is fascinating and not what most of us would think I m not condoning what these people do, by any means, but organized crime arose out of necessity, for the most part Things are much different today and there s very little excuse for street thugs manyopportunities for young people Years ago, some immigrants came to this country, not able to get a job, with a great deal of discriminationthan there is today CHILDREN were often forced to steal from street vendors to feed their families and siblings Being a self proclaimed organized crime expert , this is one of many good books on the subject The criminals who flip and work with the cops, are the REALLY good stories I m glad I have it in hardcover and in excellent condition Very interesting book Not just on organized crime itself, but on it s connection to the U.S government, which was kind of surprising on one hand, but on the other hand, not Totally reinforces my theories on a number of deaths that were ruled suicide most certainly on the JFK assasination The book is a few years old, I would love to know a current update on the characters in the book who were still around when the book came out, what Michael Corbitt is up to these days Very interesting book Not just on organized crime itself, but on it s connection to the U.S government, which was kind of surprising on one hand, but on the other hand, not Totally reinforces my theories on a number of deaths that were ruled suicide most certainly on the JFK assasination The book is a few years old, I would love to know a current update on the characters in the book who were still around when the book came out, what Michael Corbitt is up to these days At the end of this book, the prosecutor who put Michael Corbitt away said, the mystery is how a just God allows people like Michael Corbitt to crawl on the face of the earth The prosecutor goes on to call Corbitt a prostitute with a badge, which seems too kind as well, actually So it s tough to get beyond the fact of reading the memoirs and justifications I didn t shoot her, I just dumped the body in the canal of such an individual He was a corrupt cop from the word go, installed At the end of this book, the prosecutor who put Michael Corbitt away said, the mystery is how a just God allows people like Michael Corbitt to crawl on the face of the earth The prosecutor goes on to call Corbitt a prostitute with a badge, which seems too kind as well, actually So it s tough to get beyond the fact of reading the memoirs and justifications I didn t shoot her, I just dumped the body in the canal of such an individual He was a corrupt cop from the word go, installed by the mob to do their bidding and there s nothing nice he can say about himself that changes that, though he tries That said, if you have the stomach, this does describe the day to day sleaze of organized crime in the 60s, 70s, 80s, mostly around the Chicago area, if you re interested Great book about the Chicago mob and how corrupt the police force was in the 50 s and 60 s This book gives great insight on looked over mobster Hy Larner Everyone focuses on Tony Accardo and Sam Giancana but Hy Larner was the true genius behind the coin operated and gambling empire in Chicago and around the world This is one of the few books that the author dosen t paint himself to be an angel. Although I did not find Michael Corbitt to be a likable person, his tale of the Chicago Outfit corruption, political corruption and name dropping, made for very interesting reading indeed I m pretty sure the goings on of the mob are continuing in much the same way as are their connections to police, politicians, heads of countries, etc The names and faces may change, but the money making schemes will always continue. (E-pub) ⚝ Double Deal: The Inside Story of Murder, Unbridled Corruption, and the Cop Who Was a Mobster â An expose of organised crime and its unholy alliance with world leaders, intelligence agencies, and law enforcement, Double Deal is ayear saga told with unflinching honesty by mob insider and former Chicago chief of police Michael CorbittGrowing up poor and angry, Michael Corbitt fought his way up the ranks of greasers and street gangs until he attracted the attention of Chicago crime boss Sam Giancana, who placed him on the Willow Springs, Illinois, police force By the time Corbitt was appointed chief of police, he d also moved up the Outfit s ranks and was living the high life of a respected mobsterCorbitt s luck turned when he was indicted on charges of racketeering and conspiracy to commit murder Although there was a mob contract on his life and he was facing ayear jail sentence, he refused to testify against organised crime figures under the witness protection programme, maintaining instead the Mafioso s code of silence until his release from prisonNow Corbitt breaks that silence, holding back nothing including the account of his personal involvement in the brutal murder of the wife of Chicago mob attorney Alan MastersCorbitt bares his soul, confessing in graphic sometimes horrific detail a life lived as both saint and sinner, a life that moved back and forth between the conflicting worlds of the police officer and the gangster with ease Summary & Study Guide - Fat for Fuel: A Revolutionary Diet to Combat Cancer, Boost Brain Power, and Increase Your Energy - Including Diet Cheat Sheet Unbridled Corruption I will never quit Cardboard Crack and the Cop Who Was a Mobster â An expose of organised crime and its unholy alliance with world leaders Seed, Grow, Love, Write: One man's unexpected and slow journey to fulfillment intelligence agencies The Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Workbook: Practical DBT Exercises for Learning Mindfulness, Interpersonal Effectiveness, Emotion Regulation, and Distress Tolerance - Kindle edition by Matthew McKay, Jeffrey Wood, Jeffrey Brantley. 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