Vincent “Mad Dog” Coll

Vincent “Mad Dog” Coll

Originally from Gweedore, County Donegal, Ireland the Coll family emigrated in New York in 1909 Vincent “Mad Dog” Coll joined up with with Dutch Schultz‘s gang and quickly rose through the ranks; by the late 1920s, he was an enforcer and assassin for the...
Frank Wallace

Frank Wallace

Before there was Whitey Bulger, Pat Nee, The Mullen’s, The Winter Hill Gang and indeed the Mafia in South Boston the Irish Mob was in control. Frank Wallace was the leader of the Gustin Gang during the Prohibition era in South Boston. Wallace ran the rackets in...
Patrick “Pat” Nee

Patrick “Pat” Nee

A Boston tough guy & member in the Mullen gang. He was a one time enemy of Whitey Bulger, they had both tried to kill each other a few times during the Boston Gang Wars in the 1960’s He had emigrated from Connemara, Galway, Ireland when he was young with his...
John Patrick Looney

John Patrick Looney

John Patrick Looney was a gangster in Rock Island, Illinois during the early 20th century. Looney served as the model for John Looney, a character in Max Allan Collins’ graphic novel Road to Perdition. The character was renamed John Rooney and portrayed by Paul...

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