Mob Lawyer by Frank Ragano
Including the Inside Account of Who Killed Jimmy Hoffa and JFK

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Presents an inside account of the deaths of Jimmy Hoffa and JFK and the FBI plot to murder Castro, by a mob-affiliated attorney who spent fifteen years as one of Hoffa's personal lawyers.

About Frank Ragano

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Selwyn Raab was an investigative reporter for "The New York Times," covering organized crime and criminal justice matters for twenty-five years. He is also the author of "Justice in the Back Room" and "Mob Lawyer," He lives in New York.
Published April 11, 1994 by Scribner. 372 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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Ragano writes that in a 1987 conversation, Trafficante confirmed to Ragano that he was privy to CIA contracts to kill Castro, that he and Marcello had conspired to kill Kennedy, and that mobsters at the behest of Hoffa's successor, Ed Fitzsimmons, murdered Hoffa.

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Kennedy's War Against Organized Crime," by Ronald Goldfarb, a lawyer who worked in the Justice Department under Attorney General Kennedy.

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