The Merger

The Merger Reading The Merger By Jeffrey Robinson Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us A Shocking, True Account Of A Global Crime Network Of Unimaginable Proportions, In Which Multinational Criminals Make Alliances Much Like Legitimate Businesses, The Merger Lays Bare The Criminal Fraternity S New World Order International Crime Expert And Best Selling Author Jeffrey Robinson Gives Details Of Their Subterranean Activities Previously Known Only To International Law Enforcement Insiders To Make This Network Public, Tracing An Intricate Web Of Connections Between Such Infamous Organized Crime Rings As The Sicilian Mafiosi, The Camorra From Naples, The Ndrangheta From Calabria, The Chinese Triads, The Russian, Hungarian, And Czech Republic Maffiyas, And Organized Crime Groups From Columbia, Mexico, Nigeria, And Vietnam To Name Just A Few Through His Meticulous Research, Jeffrey Robinson Developed Contacts In Police Organizations All Over The World And Has Pinpointed The Factors That Have Led To The Emergence Of These Worldwide Crime Cartels Written With A Keen Sense Of Anecdote And An Authoritative Command Of The Facts, The Merger Is A Tautly Paced Tale That Both Educates And Entertains Robinson Is Highly Readable And Entertaining He Will Leave Readers Wondering Just What We Can Do About The Situation, Which Is What He Intends All Along Robert D Paar, The Boston Globe The Merger Crushes All Crime Novels Before Because It S Written With Unflinching Truth And Conviction Vibe Magazine Robinson has his tough guy moments he has a habit of using words like slimeball to describe specific mobsters, much as the Philadelphia Daily News would but the reportage is also very alarming Robinson not only knows his stuff his 2000 expose is a wrenching preamble to the horrors of 2001, demonstrating how a cell phone and a good lawyer can help violent criminals migrate anywhere in the world He s particularly hard on Slavik syndicates, but given the make up of the Kremlin these days Robinson has his tough guy moments he has a habit of using words like slimeball to describe specific mobsters, much as the Philadelphia Daily News would but the reportage is also very alarming Robinson not only knows his stuff his 2000 expose is a wrenching preamble to the horrors of 2001, demonstrating how
I appreciate this book highlighted some keys issues about organised crime a few years ago, and the importance of banking But I feel this has been done so much better by other authors.Robinson s endless stream of anecdotal, often disconnected stories with no references is difficult to take seriously Other writers have managed to include references without compromising sources It s also overlaid with so much cynicism and stereotypes lack of comment is taken as confirmation leaps are made or h I appreciate this book highlighted some keys issues about organised crime a few years ago, and the
The second economy.in some parts of the world, is the 1 Anyone knows what Illigal means Learn a lot,Thanks Laszlo A shocking book about global crime Shocking because the book is non fiction Another depressing eye opener about some very nasty people Considering this book was written about 15 years ago, just imagine how muchprolific these avaricious people are Well written Well documented and researched and many of the theories of the author been proven accurate This book clearly shows that transnational crime is global and the amount of money involved is staggering. criminal capitalism

[Epub] The Merger  By Jeffrey Robinson – Rarefishingbooks.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 470 pages
  • The Merger
  • Jeffrey Robinson
  • English
  • 06 December 2018
  • 1585672483