PMMJ (cheetahmaster) wrote,

excellent reading

L.A. Noir: Tales from the Gangster Squad
In 1992, Times staff writer Paul Lieberman took a call from a reader who said a piece about the LAPD's Organized Crime Intelligence Division had failed to mention its roots in a unit formed after World War II, the Gangster Squad. Asked how he knew, the man said, "Well, I was on it."

Tags: easy sell, news, two-fisted tales

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