MOB RULE: The Man Who Stole the French Connection – By Thom L. Jones

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Source – gangstersinc.ning.com

‘…A sweetheart of a guy. He wasn’t a drinker and didn’t cheat on his wife the way most of these guys do. His one big fault is that once in a while, he would import 50-100 kilos of pure heroin.’ – James Drucker (Assistant U.S. Attorney, Eastern District Strike Force, 1973)

The Man Who Stole the French Connection – By Thom L. Jones

On March 6th, 1962, NYPD detectives, Sonny Grosso and Eddie (Bullets) Egan, delivered two packages to the Office of the New York City Police Property Clerk, whose storage area was located on the second floor of 400 Broome Street, in lower Manhattan.

The two men signed in a blue suitcase and a black steamer trunk that contained fifty-one bags of heroin. It was the proceeds of the largest narcotics bust ever…

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