New England Mob
A Boston mobster acknowledged he was the acting head of the New England mafia as he pleaded guilty in federal court Thursday to one count of racketeering conspiracy
A reputed high-ranking member of the New England mob and an associate are returning to court for sentencing after they were convicted of ordering a break-in at a Boston-area home to steal heroin and money.
Four alleged members and associates of the New England mafia have pleaded not guilty in Rhode Island to their role in separate extortion schemes and have been ordered held.
When James “Whitey” Bulger ruled the streets of South Boston, the New England crime scene was a battleground for a bloody turf war between the Italian Mafia and Irish street crews.
The family of one of two men who were gunned down by Boston mobsters in 1982 plans to challenge a federal appeals court decision to dismiss their wrongful death lawsuits against the FBI.