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Mobsters and Gangsters of Organized Crime video

Video title: Gallery of Organized Crime and Criminals

Use this History of Crime video entitled Mobsters and Gangsters of Organized Crime to study the fascinating profiles of law enforcers and organized crime figures and criminals.

The fascinating profiles of law enforcers and organized crime figures and criminals including Eliot Ness, Al Capone, Bugsy Siegel and Pablo Escobar Gaviria.

 

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Mobsters and Gangsters of Organized Crime video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • The History of Organized Crime. Study this Gallery of Organized Crime and Criminals. Survey the history of organized crime and delve into an underworld populated by mobsters and crime families.
  • Gain insight to the history of organized crime through profiles on mobsters, crime families, syndicates, cartels, and law enforcers, including Al Capone, Frank Costello, Monk Eastman, Sam Giancana, Meyer Lansky, Lucky Luciano, Eliot Ness, Dutch Schultz, and Bugsy Siegel.
  • Survey the criminal exploits of organized crime figures throughout the world, and gain insight to the infiltration of businesses by organized crime and the control it exerts on neighborhoods and governments through intimidation, extortion, bribery, and murder.
  • Trace the origins and development of organized crime in America and abroad.
  • Learn about the roots and scope of modern organized crime through the eyes of award-winning true-crime writer Jay Robert Nash.
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