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    Read Rocco Perri The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger Antonio Nicaso ✓ 9 review Summary Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Antonio Nicaso A great look at a fascinating Canadian gangster The best line in the book though comes from Al Capone who when asked whether he knows Perri responded “I don’t even know what street Canada is on”

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    Antonio Nicaso ✓ 9 review Summary Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Antonio Nicaso Read Rocco Perri The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger When you live in the area around the Great Lakes a hush hush part of the local history that is not so hush hush any concerns rum runners and boot leggers of the 1920's and 1930's as well as the rise and growth of organized crime We read about Al Capone and Bugs Moran of Chicago the Purple Gang of Detroit Lucky Luciano of New York City and other outfits Jewish Italian Irish; but usually Italian gangsMeet Rocco Perri his common law wife Bess

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Of them from the English press in Canada Racism and bigotry is always a shame and Rocco shamed them Still he was very much like Capone and bigotry is always a shame and Rocco shamed them Still he was very much like Capone smart dresser generous with his money to the poor and to his guys who went to ail for him Bessie was the tightwad I could not help but be fascinated especially since to me it s hometown stuff A great look at a fascinating Canadian gangster

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best line the book though comes from Al Capone who when asked whether he knows Perri responded I don t even know what street Canada is F the Bootleggers is than the biography of a man and his empire; it is a riveting portrait of a time when corruption was rampant murder a business necessity and discrimination against newcomers forced Many To Turn To Crime As A to turn to crime as a of survival This book also solves a half century long mystery about the fate of Rocco Per.

Summary Å E-book, or Kindle E-pub ✓ Antonio Nicaso

When you live in the area around the Great Lakes a hush hush part of the local history that is not so hush hush any concerns rum runners and boot leggers of the 1920 s and 1930 s as well as the rise and growth of organized crime We read about Al Capone and Bugs Moran of Chicago rise and growth of organized crime We read about Al Capone and Bugs Moran of Chicago Purple Gang of Detroit Lucky Luciano of New York City and other outfits Jewish Italian Irish "But Usually Italian GangsMeet " usually Italian gangsMeet Perri his common law wife Bessie Starkman and their #Gang Of Bootleggers Rum Runners Gamblers Extortionists #of bootleggers rum runners gamblers extortionists Rocco Perri came to Canada almost a century ago from Calabria Italy Even today his name is well known to historians police and organized crime and especially to the people of the city he called home Hamilton Ontario A poor immigrant Perri along with his common law wife Bessie Starkman built an uneualled crime empire for ,

C of Hamilton They helped provide Capone Luciano the Purples and others with whatever else Southern Ontario distilled brewed or crushed from the grape for the discriminating palate They also provided Southern Ontario with those liuids too using a rather complicated route around the Ontario Temperance Act These were pretty bad boys and Bessie was their treasurer as well as into prostitution and drugs Murder and good relations was the way they kept control The law abiding Italians and others got very bad press because. relations was the way they kept control The law abiding Italians and others got very bad press "Because. Time During " time During Prohibition years Perri provided alcohol to a thirsty clientele in Canada and the United States a business that was very illegal and highly lucrative Al Capone and Joseph Kennedy were among Perri's customers The Perris also ran gambling loan sharking extortion and prostitution rackets ROCCO PERRI King ,
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Rocco Perri The Story of Canada's Most Notorious Bootlegger