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Eventually, the brazenness that Coleman ran his operation with raised the eyebrows of the city's good people who demanded a clean up action by the Governor, none other than himself, James Michael Curley.
He is also the author of numerous non-fiction on the history of organized crime including the ground break biography of bootlegger Roger Tuohy "When Capone's Mob Murdered Touhy" and "Guns and Glamour: A History of Organized Crime in Chicago."His non-fiction crime short stories have appeared in The New Criminologist, American Mafia and other publications.
The job entitled Timilty to wear a full General's uniform cape and all, and now when Curley needed a Police commissioner he could "rely" on, Timilty of course was his boy.
In his first year on the job, Timilty ordered the arrest of a number of very smalltime bookies, rattled his sword a great deal and in effect, did nothing Yankee element in the city went after Timilty, who easily ran public relation circles around them until 1943 when he was indicted by a WASP inspired and run investigation when he was unable to explain where he had gotten ,370 that he was holding in a safe deposit box.
The Gustin gang, which ruled over the Irish dominated south end of Boston in the 1900s was led by the four Wallace brothers who had the good sense to hire a young lawyer named John Mc Cormack to be their lawyer.
Mc Cormack would later become the Speaker of the House of representatives during the Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations. He employed hundreds of runners, clerks and gofers and his bribes to the local Police in his Empire could run as high as 0,000 to a single Police captain.