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    Posted: 24 Oct 2009 at 4:02pm
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Well...looks like Nat Geo has jumped on board with some of the crime channels...but I LIKE what they are showing, today. Takes me back to times forgotten. 

"London Gangs"

They are all over the Kray gang ('The Firm'), from the 1950's and 60's...what an interesting, violent group - they used robbery to pick up their money. What is so very interesting is that most of this show is narrated by some of the chief former gang members, themselves. Most of them served many years for ultra-violent crimes - a few are 'reformed'; one is even 'appalled' at their past behaviors, but one - Freddie Foreman, is blatantly honest about everything - and incredibly interesting.
 
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CryNOBODY else is getting 'educated' on Nat Geo... 
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