Mobsters: Carmine “The Snake” Persico – Full Episode (S5, E4) | A&E

With over 30 years as the head of the Colombo crime family, Carmine Persico stands as one of most enduring Godfathers in mafia history–but his time at the top came from a ruthless drive for power, a drive that earned him the nickname, “The Snake.”

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“Mobsters” features the true stories behind the mob legends who ruthlessly clawed their way to their own precarious versions of the American Dream.

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34 thoughts on “Mobsters: Carmine “The Snake” Persico – Full Episode (S5, E4) | A&E

  1. Not all the old school gangsters knew how to keep a low profile. I'm amazed at how long their thing lasted. But many times they would sacrifice a life long friend for something that someone else did.They lived in a very tough way, what can I say?Anyway, I was a true crime fan and I love to watch documentary stories on this stuff.

  2. Mobsters all turned on each other at the same time when things got tough. That’s a good thing, we don’t want them in our world. God bless law enforcement and the FBI. Sad they were ever glorified. Sadder that they still are by some. These days the rats are becoming celebrities. Sammy the bull is really popular now, justifying all his murders, but never mentions the little kid he murdered walking home from school with zero connections to the mob. These aren’t real men

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