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Topic - Philip Leonetti
Nicodemo "Little Nicky" Scarfo, the boss of the Philadelphia-South Jersey La Cosa Nostra crime family in the 1980s, has been described by law enforcement officers and former criminal associates as ruthless, homicidal, greedy and paranoid -- even by organized-crime standards.
"From when I was little he would tell me we don't talk about our life to anybody," Leonetti told me. "We're different; we don't live by the same rules like everybody else.
Leonetti also writes about his own criminal acts, which include 10 murders.