SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX 5) - A famous East Coast mafia hitman during the deadliest mob wars of the 1960’s became the first member of the witness protection program when he moved to the Bay Area. But the move didn’t change his behavior and he ultimately met his end in San Francisco in 1976. It’s a story that’s soon to become a major motion picture.
A mob war for control over the drug racket in Canada which allegedly pits the Rizzuto clan from Cosa Nostra or the Sicilian Mafia against a breakaway group headed by Raynald Desjardins with support from the 'Ndrangheta or Calabrian Mafia has spread to Italy as reported by Adrian Humphreys for the National Post.
Juan Ramon Fernandez, an alleged enforcer of Montreal boss Vito Rizzuto, was gunned down with Fernando Pimentel, another mob-linked man from Canada, in a planned ambush outside Palermo, Sicily, and an Italian investigator says "we are sure" that "the order to kill came from Canada."
In a late doors pub in the center of Chester, one which stays open until six in the morning, I met this man. For the price of a few beers he and his family were fine with me taking a few shots of him and publishing online. Which I'm glad about because although he is sixty nine years old at the moment I really wouldn't want to piss this guy off.
Yesterday Angelina Jolie announced to the world that she underwent an elective, preventative double mastectomy after learning that she was positive for the BRCA1 gene mutation that greatly increases her risk of breast and ovarian cancer. For being aware and doing what she felt was the right decision for her and her family in the face of heightened risk, I applaud her.
In an interview with our L.A. sister station KROQ during last weekend's Coachella Festival, Social Distortion frontman Mike Ness revealed that he is penning an autobiography entitled "Story Of My Life" after their famous song.
“It’s been a pain in the ass. I would never want to do it again,” he admitted. “You have to go back and revisit painful periods in your life.
From “Mum & Dad” writer/director Steven Sheil comes this dark claustrophobic action-horror arriving on DVD. Fans of “Outpost” and “The Descent” won't be disappointed.
DVD / BLU RAY RELEASE MONDAY 13th MAY 2013
Sam Hazeldine (The Raven; Don’t Let Him In), Joe Taslim (The Raid; Fast & Furious 6), Miki Mizuno (Guilty of Romance; Kill), Ario Bayu (Macabre; Java Heat) and director Steven Sheil (Mum & Dad).
Good evening all. Once again, my apologies for the rather long delay between updates. I'm still incredibly busy with work, but I've also been suffering from a bit of writer's block... every time I've sat down to write something recently, I've ended up staring at the screen for an hour or so, then giving up and playing some Final Fantasy.
On a normal day crime is virtually non-existent. As an example, through out Japan vending machines sell everything from books to drinks, operate 24 hours a day, are well-lit, always clean, electronic, and consistently in working order.
Never does one find oneself beating the machine senseless for the drink now balanced precariously- but not dropping- at the top of the shelf.
Mary Jane Again
I first met her when I was 8. Did I truly inhale her person, no I didn’t. I than ran into her again in 2nd grade, I was always chasing her never catching her. I chase her more times than I caught her. When I did it was fire, it was like the first time you made out as a child. I still am friends with the first girl I ever made out with on facebook. Great lady she is. Mary Jane, got to know her alot better through highschool. Till I took that vacation at the local scout camp called Reed. I came back deeply fried. I remember walking around a little shell shocked. I did remember I jumped the hell out of this kid, who was talking shit. The shot me up and locked me away, but that mother never spoke to me again. Haaa Haaa aparently I cut his tongue off. That brings me to where I am. Much older and finally I can appreciate her. She is really good to me.