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PDF ¾ BOOK Mafia Cop FREE ô REFLECTIONSLISBURNLTD ñ He was one of the most decorated cops in the history of NYPD From his wiseguy relatives he learned the meaning of honor and loyalty From his fellow cops he learned the meaning of betrayal MAFIA COP His father Ralph Fat the Gangster Eppolito was stone cold Mafia hit man LOwn the line Butu even his sterling record his headline making heroism couldn't protect him when the police brass decided to take him down Although completely exonerated of charges that he had passed secrets to the mob Lou didn't stand a chance They had taken something from him they couldn't give back his dignity and his pride Now here's the powerful story told in Lou Eppolito's own words of the bloody Book about the career of Louie Eppolito To be fair Eppolito had a significant career as a decorated cop in NYC A former bodybuilder Eppolito ballooned to a tremendous size in the last couple decades Eppolito's accolades are heavily discounted by Rob Oldham's Book Later convicted of murder for hire paid by Anthony Gaspipe Casso along with Steve Carracappa Eppolito is now serving a long prison sentence for several activities with the New York mafia This book is largely exaggerated written by a HIGHLY suspect scumbag cop Ironically this book itself lead to Eppolito and his partners' downfall and was used in the trials Decent read if you are going to go through the whole set of books which work through the downfall of the two Mafia cops These two ultimately convicted of murdering for the mob I read this some time before the story of the two Mafia Cops hit the headlines Your call on whether you would want to read this first then read Rob Oldham's book

Lou Eppolito ✓ Mafia Cop MOBI

Mafia hit that claimed his uncle and cousinof his middle of the night meeting with Boss of Bosses Paul Castellanoof one good cop who survived eight shootouts and saved hundreds of victims who was persecuted prosecuted and ultimately betrayed by his own department Full of hard drama and gritty truth Mafia Cop gives a vivid inside look at life in the Family on the force and on the mean streets of New Yo Eppolito does not send much time discussing the mob in this book He portrays himself as a tough cop constantly battling his family's ties to organized crime It is entertaining I am sure many people would sympathize with his tough guy bully attitudes towards criminalsThe book is even interesting in light that he was later convicted in court of murdering several people on behalf of the mob Since the indictments came twenty years after this book and just after he retired from the NYPD I wonder how long law enforcement people knew of his duplicity and why they waited so long to act against him

DOC ☆ ✓ Lou Eppolito

Mafia CopHe was one of the most decorated cops in the history of NYPD From his wiseguy relatives he learned the meaning of honor and loyalty From his fellow cops he learned the meaning of betrayal MAFIA COP His father Ralph Fat the Gangster Eppolito was stone cold Mafia hit man Lou Eppolito however chose to live by different code; he chose the uniform of NYPD And he was one of the best a good tough honest cop d Well it's an interesting work of fiction Lou Eppolito was dirty right up to his hairline actually he was totally submerged A murderer among many other things; he was a Mafia Cop alright bought and paid for He's currently in Federal prison and will probably never see the light of day as a free manone hopes Eppolito passed away in 2019still incarcerated at the time of his deathAnyway in light of those events that took place after this book was published it's easy to recognize this book for what it is The lies and fabrications of a man who knew that people were onto him evidently he had become a suspect in the mid eighties but it can take a while to build a case against guys working at this level so he deflects I've been an officer for many years now and deflecting is one of the things suspects do They loudly proclaim their innocence and shout to the rooftops that they're the victim of a ruthless conspiracypersecution Freuently they're the only ones who are standing up for truth justice and the American WayThey'll tell you if you listen or don't which is what Lou Eppolito is doing here at top volume If I had read this book back in the mid nineties when it was first published I might have considered that old classic Shakespeare line Methinks thou dost protest too much However the book really isn't that bad It's all bullshit but readable bullshit I suggest it for those who are curious about the real life criminal mind and how it works Freuently criminals can be charming people Amusing fun to talk to and immensely likeable More than once over the years I've found myself liking the suspect and despising the victim Lou Eppolito is an outstanding example of the criminal personality Strange bookUPDATE 09122020Eppolito passed away from undisclosed cause or causes on November 3 2019