With Steve Wall, Denise Acton, John Beatty, Andrew Bell. A look at how Irish gangsters changed the face of organized crime in the US.
From the Irish gangs of New York in the late 1800s through to the 1970s, this six-part documentary series tells the stories of the first generation Irish kids who became some of America's most notorious and wanted gangsters.
An Irish gang sets an elaborate plot to reclaim drugs being held at CSI after a bust, but Mac, Stella and Hawkes are forced to take them on. Meanwhile, Danny and Adam are being held hostage at another location by the same gang.
Watch The Irish Mob Free Online. From the Irish gangs of New York in the late 1800s through to the 1970s, this six-part documentary series tells the amazing stories of the first generation Irish kids who became some of America’s most notorious and wanted gangsters.It explores the lives and crimes of key members of the Irish Mob including Gangs of New York graduate Owney “Killer” Madden ...
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The Irish Mob. 6 episodes. From the Irish gangs of New York in the late 1800s through to the 1970s, this six-part documentary tells the amazing stories of the first-generation Irish kids who became some of America's most notorious and wanted gangsters.
Brotherhood is an American crime drama television series created by Blake Masters about the intertwining lives of the Irish-American Caffee brothers from Providence, Rhode Island: Tommy (Jason Clarke) is a local politician and Michael (Jason Isaacs) is a gangster involved with New England's Irish Mob.
The Irish Mob is an organized crime group in the United States and Ireland which has been in existence since the early 19th century. Originating in Irish American street gangs—depicted in Herbert Asbury's 1927 book The Gangs of New York—the Irish Mob has appeared in most major U.S. cities, especially on the east coast, including Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, and Chicago.
- Early 19th century
- Ireland, United States, United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, Australia
- United States of America
- Early 19th century – present
- Veronica Guerin Was A Reporter Taken Out By The Mob. Veronica Guerin was a crime reporter working in Dublin who had a particular passion for investigating the Irish mob.
- Wild Jimmy Dominated The Philadelphia Waterfront in the 1850s. Gang activity was extremely high in Philadelphia in the 19th century. During a roughly 50 year period starting in 1836, almost 70 gangs were in operations along the waterfront.
- The Charlestown Mob Was Once Dominant In Boston. Before the Winter Hill Gang took over most of the city, there was another group of Irish mobsters that operated in Boston, called the Charlestown Mob.
- They Have Unwritten Rules. Like any criminal gang, the Irish mafia operate under a set of unwritten rules. Similar to the Italian mafia’s “ten commandments” the Irish have few rules, but they are very strictly enforced.
Jul 09, 2006 · Created by Blake Masters. With Jason Isaacs, Jason Clarke, Annabeth Gish, Kevin Chapman. Set in an Irish neighbourhood in Providence, the series reflects around two brothers on opposite sides of the law: one a gangster (Jason Isaacs) and the other a politician (Jason Clarke).
Feb 26, 2007 · Created by Paul Haggis, Bobby Moresco. With Jonathan Tucker, Tom Guiry, Olivia Wilde, Billy Lush. Four young Irish brothers are caught up in New York's underworld of organized crime.