In which Robert Alan Fratta hits the sociopathic/deviant/imbecile trifecta.
“Bruno was the consummate racketeer. Scarfo, on the other hand, was a gangster.” The crime It’s about the self-destruction of the Philly mob, so: pick your felony. But implied also is a metaphorical crime, an affront to the old-time Mafia code that kept the bullets in the drawer, and mouths and wallets closed. Angelo Bruno, head of Philadelphia’s Mob […]