Tuesday, July 03, 2012


The Bad Good Old Days

It was thirty-four years ago, a long time. But when it happened, it was like something out of the 1930s. It was like the famous St. Valentines Day massacre in Chicago, which I know happened because I saw it re-enacted on The Untouchables.  It was the Black Friars Massacre in Boston, where five men were gunned down in the late hours in the basement of a club, known as Blackfriars. They were all grouped together and shot in the head with two different guns, a .12 gauge shotgun and a .25 automatic. One man was Jack Kelly, a former television investigative reporter.  Be careful, Hank Phillipi Ryan.

One investigator with the FBI Organized Crime Unit was John Connolly, who now has a long term address in Florida at a Federal prison.  You see, he was a dirty cop, who informed for Whitey Bulger. Ain't that a kick!

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