What books do the gangsters read?

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What books do the gangsters read?

Unread postby dman93 » February 7th, 2018, 5:28 am

Hi All,

there is a fair number of books that are read by all the major gangs;

NF
NS
AB
BGF
LA EME
NLR

Carl Von Clausewitz
Sun Tzu - the art of war
Machiavelli


Can you name others?

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Re: What books do the gangsters read?

Unread postby Szczelec33 » February 8th, 2018, 5:06 am

Chopper Reed

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Re: What books do the gangsters read?

Unread postby dman93 » February 9th, 2018, 5:12 am

I have actually met Chopper Read, son.

He was off his face but a funny guy.

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Re: What books do the gangsters read?

Unread postby Szczelec33 » June 13th, 2018, 8:21 am

Dhopper survived in a time when Melbourne wasno joke and thrived:

https://www.cnet.com/news/google-under- ... 01-10aai3d

„Milorad Trkulja was shot by an unknown gunman in Melbourne in 2004, then discovered that Google searches of his name brought up images of mob figures, including convicted drug trafficker Tony Mokbel. Gang activity in the city was prevalent at the time.

Trkulja successfully sued Google for defamation in the Victorian Supreme Court in 2012, receiving damages of AU$200,000 (roughly $150,000). He launched a second defamation action in 2013, alleging that Google's autocomplete predictions, as well as searching phrases such as "Melbourne underworld criminals", wrongly brought up his name and image. Google took the case to the Victorian Court of Appeal and won that round.”


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