The Good Killers
Bart Fontana nervously explained to Fiachetti that over the course of the last decade or so, dozens upon dozens of victims had been murdered at the behest of the gang’s leadership.
These killings were not only confined to New York City. The gang was responsible for gangland murders all across America.
Police later confirmed Fontana’s statements by documenting numerous victims in such cities as Detroit, Buffalo, New Jersey, New York City, and even back in Sicily to name but a few.
Fontana explained that many of these killings had their original genesis in old vendettas and blood feuds that traced back to the Trapani Province in Sicily.
At first, it was almost too fantastic a tale for American law enforcement to even believe. But every single one of “The Good Killers” so-called victims first named by Fontana later checked out.