Description - Wild Cowboys by Robert Jackall
In this bloody urban saga, Robert Jackall recounts how street cops, detectives and prosecutors pieced together a puzzle-like story of narcoties trafficking, money laundering and murders for hire, all centred on a vicious gang of Dominican youths known as the Wild Cowboys. These boyhood friends, operators of a lucrative crack business in the Bronx, routinely pistol-whipped their workers, murdered rivals, shot witnesses to their crimes and eventually turned on one another in a deadly civil war.
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(210mm x 140mm x 28mm)
Harvard University Press
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Author Biography - Robert Jackall
Robert Jackall has done several years of fieldwork with New York City police detectives and prosecutors, among whom he is known as "The Professor." He is the Class of 1956 Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Williams College.