Getting Away with Murder by Craig Cabell

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In March 1969, twins Reggie and Ronnie Kray were sentenced to life imprisonment for the gangland killings of George Cornell and Jack "the hat" McVitie. It was recommended that they served at least 30 years for their crimes. But why such strong sentences? Were there other murders? At last the truth can be told. The authors have negotiated rare interviews with the people close to the Krays criminal activities, people who have never stepped forward before but have done so now to tell the truth concerning the East End's bloodiest killers. This is the shocking true story of the Krays' reign of terror. With a special foreword by ex-gangster Eric Mason, this is the most authentic first-hand document of the Kray Twins. Prepare to be disturbed.

About Craig Cabell

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Craig Cabell is the author of The Doctor Who's Who, Ian Fleming's Secret War, Ian Rankin and Inspector Rebus, and Snipers: Profiles of the World's Deadliest Killers.
Published October 1, 2006 by John Blake. 288 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences.

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In 1969, attorney Leonard Read prosecuted both men for the murders of rival gangster George Cornell and Kray Firm member Jack McVitie, whose body was never recovered.

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