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The Triangle Exit by Ronald Fino
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The Triangle Exit (edition 2013)

by Ronald Fino (Author)

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Ronald Fino, one of the FBI's foremost undercover operatives, does not scare easily.That is why he's not afraid to name names in this undercover expose. For years, Fino wanted to write about his experiences, but each time the FBI managed to stop him. Even requests from major authors like Tom Clancy were placed on old. Today, Ronald Fino is retired from his service to the FBI and is ready to tell his story. Because of his unique position as the son of a Mafia boss, Fino got to know the ins and outs of organized crime from the ground up. He learned how they control members of Congress and local officials as well as their ties to presidents, politicians, and law enforcement officials.But working to bring mob members to justice and exposing political corruption wasn't enough for Fino. He also managed to infiltrate the Russian Mafia, made underground contact with Muslim terrorists, and exposed illegal arms smugglers, child porn organizers, arcotics dealers, and international money launderers. It's all here. It's all true. And as Ronald Fino says, "It's not going away anytime soon."… (more)
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Title:The Triangle Exit
Authors:Ronald Fino (Author)
Info:Contento De Semrik (2013), 474 pages
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for non-fiction,this was not a dry read.It was as if the author was conversing with the reader.Interesting & educational book abt the Mafia in past and current times.For the most part,it is abt Buffalo Mafia and Labor Unions.The section on the Russian Mob I found most interesting due to the involvement in human trafficking and terrorism. If you like Mafia books,this is a good one! ( )
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Ronald Fino, one of the FBI's foremost undercover operatives, does not scare easily.That is why he's not afraid to name names in this undercover expose. For years, Fino wanted to write about his experiences, but each time the FBI managed to stop him. Even requests from major authors like Tom Clancy were placed on old. Today, Ronald Fino is retired from his service to the FBI and is ready to tell his story. Because of his unique position as the son of a Mafia boss, Fino got to know the ins and outs of organized crime from the ground up. He learned how they control members of Congress and local officials as well as their ties to presidents, politicians, and law enforcement officials.But working to bring mob members to justice and exposing political corruption wasn't enough for Fino. He also managed to infiltrate the Russian Mafia, made underground contact with Muslim terrorists, and exposed illegal arms smugglers, child porn organizers, arcotics dealers, and international money launderers. It's all here. It's all true. And as Ronald Fino says, "It's not going away anytime soon."

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