Episode 263: How the old school mafia are surviving in a modern world29 March - 39 mins
They were once the most powerful force in America, bigger than General Motors and with a finger in every pie from politics to prostitution.
But what has become of the Mafia and its old school criminal code? Is it a dying force? Has the mafia peaked or has it hit a comfortable plateau in a new world order where stringent Racketeering Laws keeps all criminality at bay?
Nicola Tallant talks to Toronto Sun mafia expert and former New York Post crime correspondent Brad Hunter about the past and the future of the legendary Cosa Nostra.
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