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Who was the coolest gangster?

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Who was the coolest gangster?


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    Mike H. says:

    Mayer Lansky, for maintaining a clean legal rep and retiring on his own terms…not many can do that successfully. Runner-up: Charlie "Lucky" Luciano. Both showed incredible brains, as well as muscle. It's not that most cops are smart; rather it's the fact that most criminals are pathetically DUMB! These two were VERY smart, hence my selection.

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    Chuck says:

    The only "cool" gangsters are the ones that are dead and burried in the cold, cold, ground. Why should we as a human race glorify any gangster? Shame on us for even thinking or asking the question.

    Chuck in Montana where the only good ganster is a dead ganster.

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    philip says:

    George Loomis leader of the Loomis gang from 1830-1865.



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