I read the book The Client by John Grisham. This book was about a boy, named Mark Sway, and is younger brother who witnessed a horrible suicide. Before the suicide, he talked to the lawyer who was about to kill himself. This lawyer, Jerome Clifford, had a client in New Orleans who had murdered a United States Senator and hid the body at the lawyer?s house. Right before he shot himself, the lawyer told Mark everything about his Mafia connected client.
Abanks' son was killed along with two of Bendini's associates who were in the process of informing the FBI of Bendini's disreputable business. Naturally, Abanks would want to revenge his son's death by helping Mitch, even driving the get-away boat and furnishing a guide at the end of Mitch's great escape. Furthermore, Abbey, Mitch's devoted wife pretends to leave him, spending weeks away from Mitch, apparently without much apprehension. All of these people who have helped Mitch seem to have reasons for doing so, but why does Mitch have a vendetta against the firm? Why does he start poking his nose in where it doesn't belong?
After almost 20 years in prison a prisoner name Tommy Williams is locked up for burglary. He becomes friends with Andy and Red. After learning about certain details in Andy's case, Tommy explains to Andy that one of the inmates at another prison admitted to committing a similar murder, stating Andy must be innocent. Andy tried to tell Warden Norton about the information he had just learned, but the warden refused to listen. Warden Norton has Guard Hadley murder Tommy, saying he was trying to escape and put Andy in solitary confinement.
However, they did not have the money to even get them to California much less start a new life there. Jesse called his friends; Bob and Charley Ford, to help him rob this last job at Platte City. What Jesse did not know was, while he was laying in bed with his wife thinking of the future for day, Bob started to panic and feel paranoid. Bob wakes up Charley in an uproar thinking that Jesse knows they have betrayed him. Bob then confesses he believes somebody found out and told Jesse that they are the ones who killed his cousin Wood Hite.
The FBI and police pull up to the hang out spot and arrest Gotti, Sammy Gravano, and Franky LoCascio. Sammy listens to tape and knows he is screwed because Gotti is wants him dead. He then goes to the FBI and makes a plea deal to spill everything about the family, if he can get a lesser sentence and be in the witness protection program, “if I talk, I walk.” This works and Gotti gets sentenced to life in prison without parole for racketeering and murder. The life of the Gambino family will never be the
If he was not released, they were going to start killing the presidential staff, including the first family. The president remained hidden and secretly plotted how to get to his family and defeat the terrorists. It finally came down to the president against the terrorists. The terrorists wanted the president to call the prison that their leader was in and have him released. If the president did not want to make the call, he had to choose to kill either his wife or his daughter.
It wasn’t long until their money ran out and they had to look for another hit to keep their new lifestyle going. The crew then decides to take down a wealthy business man named Frank Grigas. During this second hit, the three men murder Frank and his wife and dumped the chopped up bodies into the everglades. Law enforcement was soon on to the Sunshine gang and made arrest. Lugo and Doorbal were found guilty and sentenced to death for the murders ... ... middle of paper ... ...ing behavior because the actor is following a higher calling.
Seeing his family struggle to make ends meet and failing, George promises himself never to share a similar fate. Moving to California, he starts his own pot pushing operation in which he finds himself at both success and downfall. In prison, he meets a cellmate who introduces him into a partnership to the new market of co... ... middle of paper ... ...men cheated the system and gained large amounts of profit while at it. Along with their sudden rise to power, both characters have their own downfalls. Frank Abagnale Jr. doesn’t have it so bad, as instead of serving his sentence behind bars, he works with the man who caught him.
Somebody they knew that would trust them and only if they had a perfect opportunity. When that opportunity arose it was Robert Franks a boy who knew the two men and even had been to the Loeb house to play tennis became the selected victim while walking home alone that day.This case from any other once the media found how wealthy the primary suspects were. These two young boys were caught and confessed within days. The real significance to the case was the plea.. Guilty. Not only did they admit the murder and plead guilty but they decided to go straight to the judge and have no jury.
In my opinion, I feel as though this entire investigation should have been solved decades ago, but considering the amount of evidence they had to show the court, was impossible. The Crime Family is very lucky to get away with what they did. Taking three time the amount that the planner actually wanted is a risk they were willing to take, but If “Stacks” could have got rid of the van like he said he was going to, maybe in 2014 we would have never found Vincent. We may never know what exactly could have happened. Although it may have been 36 years later, justice was certainly served to one of the biggest bank robberies in New York's history.