In 1971, mob boss Joe Colombo is so brazen that he takes on the FBI itself, but other bosses don't like the publicity. When Colombo is shot, it marks the beginning of a sea of change in the mob as a new generation of gangsters and law enforcement officials go head to head in the streets of New York City.
Inside the American Mob reveals the little-known but pivotal escapades, capers and cadavers that truly compose the history of the mob in America.
Episodes include: Stayin' Alive in the 70s, Operation Donnie Brasco, New York-Philly War, End Game, and Rise and Fall of Gotti.
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National Geographic provides a fresh, intimate, in-depth look
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