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Mob Bosses and Gangsters #1048712

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Jun 22, 2013
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(Studio: Don Lemon) The public fascination with organized crime reviewed; film and TV clips shown; details given about recent mob-related news, including the trial of James “Whitey” Bulger, the search in Michigan for the remains of Teamsters boss Jimmy Hoffa, the discovery of human remains at the New York home of the late Jimmy “The Gent” Burke††, who inspired a character in the movie “Goodfellas,” and the death of “The Sopranos” actor James Gandolfini; courtroom sketches by Christine Cornell shown as testimony about Bulger from hit man John Martorano†† is quoted. [Bulger victim’s son Tommy DONAHUE†- says Bulger is the lowest of the low.] [MAN – speaks about closure in the Hoffa disappearance.] [Paley Center for Media curator Ron SIMON†- says Tony Soprano would become the catalyst for many dark, secretive characters.]
Reporter(s):
Lemon, Don
Duration:
00:02:30

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