Interview With a Hit Man for the Mexican Mafia


The interview is audio only; no video!

"English" Shaun, on his website, Jon's Jail Journal (by Shaun Attwood), is running a multi-part interview with a hit man for the Mexican Mafia named Frank.

[Editor's Note: While this site focuses on the Italian Mafia, and I can't stand how the word "mafia" has been bastardized for usage as a generic handle for any crime group, I have to say that: a.) this interview is interesting, b.) Shaun is a friend of mine whom I have known for years (he even included me in the acknowledgement section of his book Hard Time), and c.) it's my blog, I can do whatever I want!]



Jon has written a lot about Frank on his site and describes him as follows: "Frankie - A Mexican Mafia hitman and a chess champion... He was there on murder charges he subsequently beat." The clip above is part 4; it begins rather abruptly. I chose to include this one because Frankie speaks about Mafia associate Two Tonys, and this time we do mean La Cosa Nostra (this part comes up in the interview at around the eight minute mark).

Shaun describes Two Tonys as a "A whacker of men and a Mafia associate who was serving multiple life sentences for murders and violent crimes. Left bodies from Tucson to Alaska, but claimed all his victims "had it coming." Had his own brand of philosophy.

"Two Tonys died from liver cancer on September 8th, 2010."

Click Jon's Jail Journal so you can listen to the rest of this interview. Plus, check out his blog; you might want to bookmark it, like I have, as there are a lot of really interesting prison and crime stories. This one in particular is about Frank and is pretty interesting -- as well as this story and any story about Two Tonys.



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