She offered to pay my passage to London if I'd kill some neighbors she's been having a quarrel with. You just have them transferred someplace where they can't do you any harm. But don't ever talk to me about the honor of police captains or judges. If they couldn't be bought they wouldn't have the job. Al Capone. But any guy who pretends he is enforcing the law and steals on his authority is a swell snake.
The worst type of these punks is the big politician. You can only get a little of his time because he spends so much time covering up that no one will know that he is a thief. A hard-working crook will-and can-get those birds by the dozen, but right down in his heart he won't depend on them-hates the sight of them. On loyalty: "Nobody's on the legit. Your brother or your father gets in a jam. What do you do? Do you sit back and let him go over the road without trying to help him? You'd be a yellow dog if you did.
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Nobody's really on the legit when it comes down to cases. Especially I don't want to die in the street, punctured by machine gun fire. That's the reason I've asked for peace. I've begged those fellows to put away their pistols and talk sense. They've all got families, too.
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I know I've tried since the first pistol was drawn in this fight to show them that there's enough business for all of us without killing each other like animals in the street. Competition needn't be a matter of murder, anyway. But they don't see it. I've lost a million and a half on the horses and dice in the last two years.
And the funny part is, I still like 'em, and if someone handed me another million I'd put it right in the nose of some horse that looked good to me. Al Capone, when run out of Los Angeles by the police after a few days visit: "I thought that you folks liked tourists.
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I have a lot of money to spend that I made in Chicago. Whoever heard of anybody being run out of Los Angeles that had money? Al Capone, after reading a biography: "I'll have to hand it to Napoleon as the world's greatest racketeer. But I could have wised him up on some things. He didn't know when to quit and had to get back in the racket. He simply put himself on the spot. I guess maybe I owe the government this stretch in jail, anyway.
If people were desperate and needed help, he was there to help them. As long as you were on the up-and-up. He didn't expect anything in return and he never expected you to pay him back. He hurt the Italian people.
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If I had it to do over again I would never ask a more honest partner in any business. You see that fucking fish? If he'd kept his mouth shut, he wouldn'ta got caught. Let him go. Stanley Kubrick. Mafia is a form of clan-cooperation to witch it's individual members pledge lifelong loyalty Friendship, connections, family ties, trust, loyalty, obedience-this was the glue that held us together. If you can get through life like this and get away with it, hey that's great. But it's very unpredictable. You are your own man. You and your father are now equals.
Your father, sons, and brothers have no priority. We are all as one, united in blood. Once you become part of this, there is no greater bond. The law is-how should I put it? A convenience. Or a convenience for some people, and an inconvenience for other people. Like, take the law that says you can't go into someone else's house I have a house, so, hey, I like that law.
The guy without a house-what's he think of it? Stay out in the rain, schnook. That's what the law means to him Some of the promises, it's true, you make to young, before you really have an understanding of what they mean. But once you've made those first promises, other promises are called for.
And the thing is you can't deny the new ones without betraying the old ones. The promises get bigger, there are more people to be hurt and disappointed if you don't live up to them. Then, at some point, your called upon to make a promise to a dying man. I could do a favor for the president There's just money"-Charlie "Lucky" Luciano. The world is changing and there are new opportunities for those who are ready to join forces with those who are stronger and more experienced.
It was only a question of who did the buyin' and for how much"-Charlie "Lucky" Luciano. Misery loves company"-Antonio "Tony Ducks" Corallo. Let's take somebody's daughter, whatever, she's the secretary. Let's staff it with our people. And when we say go break this guy's balls.
People do whatever they feel like. They don't train their people no more. There's no more respect. You don't understand Cosa Nostra.
Cosa Nostra means the boss is your boss. Boss is the boss is the boss.
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What I'm trying to say is a boss is a boss. You might as well make anybody off the street. I honor the reverence they share for tradition and life. These traits are hungered for in a society that is unfortunately plagued by those whose only values are self centered and directed at others' expense But if I can get a year run without being interrupted.
Even if we die, be a good thing. We got to keep our own backyard clean. I know where my mistakes are, where I made my mistakes.