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Forget the Krays and Brink's-Mat robbers. Cocky Warren - who made out of a single drugs deal - is Britain's most successful gangster ever. Just released from jail,he's out to reclaim his empire

Britain's most successful gangster is out of prison and seems intent on reclaiming his empire

Forget the Krays and Brink's-Mat robbers. Cocky Warren - who made £87m out of a single drugs deal - is Britain's most successful gangster ever. Just released from jail,he's out to reclaim his empire

Brotherhood of Evil. Sentence today on the Krays after "guilty" verdict. Mafia, The Krays, Don Corleone, Front Page News, Vintage Newspaper, Newspaper Headlines, Newspaper Article, Brigitte Bardot, American History

How an arts-loving schoolgirl so beautiful she was mistaken for Brigitte Bardot ended her life as the tragic first Mrs Reggie Kray

Growing up in the fifties in London's east End, neither Frances Shea nor her family could have imagined her life would be tragically destroyed because she caught Reggie Kray's eye when she was just 16.

Twin brothers Ronnie and Reggie Kray, known as the Kray Twins, were English gangsters who were the foremost perpetrators of organised crime in East London during the and

Krays at cedra court

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Steve Tully, plucked up the courage to approach Reginald Kray when he was serving time with the notorious London gangster in Parkhurst and went on to rob and scam his way to fortunes. Gangster Style, Mafia Gangster, Gangsters, Irish Mob, The Krays, Mob Wives, Life Of Crime, Hard Men, Make Millions

Pupil of The Krays: A violent psychopath's criminal story

Steve Tully, 59, plucked up the courage to approach Reginald Kray when he was serving time with the notorious London gangster in Parkhurst and went on to rob and scam his way to fortunes.

Ronnie Kray

Ronnie Kray

Notorious East End gangsters Ronnie (right) and Reggie (left) Kray, on their way to the Thames Street court in London.

Auctioneers Sell Ronnie Reggie Kray Memorabilia Photos and Premium High Res Pictures

Browse Auctioneers sell Ronnie & Reggie Kray memorabilia latest photos. View images and find out more about Auctioneers sell Ronnie & Reggie Kray memorabilia at Getty Images.

Ronnie Kray, unknown, Terry Allen, Pat Connolly, 'Old Steff' and Reggie Kray at the Regal.

The Kray twins: unseen pictures of Ronnie and Reggie

Described as the most dangerous men in Britain, the Ronnie and Reggie Kray were never shy about posing for the cameras. And as these unseen images show, they revelled in their reputations right from the start. These photographs, which feature in a new book on the brothers, were drawn from the private collections of friends of the Krays. The book: The Krays From the Cradle to the Grave has been released in what would have been the twins' 80th year.

KRAY inspiration for gangster look.

KRAY inspiration for gangster look.

Twin brothers Ronald "Ronnie" Kray October 1933 – 17 March and Reginald "Reggie" Kray October 1933 – 1 October were English gangsters who

THOMAS DeSIMONE Birth: May 1950 Death: Jan. DeSimone worked under mob boss Paul Vario, and was a friend and associate of Jimmy Burke and Henry Hill, of "Goodfellas" fame. He was portrayed in the movie (as Tommy DeVito) by Joe Pesci.

Top 10 Hitmen of the Sicilian Mafia - Listverse

The Mafia emerged in the mid-nineteenth century in Sicily. The American Mafia arose from offshoots of the Mafia, fueled by waves of Italian immigration during the late nineteenth century. For made members and associates of the Mafia, murder is needed to frighten and dissuade imprisoned members from “ratting” to reduce their prison time. Sometimes murders are committed for revenge or due to simple disagreements. Murder became a profession in the mafia; career hit men passed the skill on to…

A police photograph showing the blood stains on the floor of the Blind Beggar pub after the killing of George Cornell.

Son of gangster murdered by Ronnie Kray breaks silence over killing

Billy Cornell, 58, said the hero-worship east London gangsters the Kray twins still receive today 'makes him sick' after Ronnie 'wrecked his family life' when he murdered his father George in 1966.