Anybody know anything about Dixie Maf...
Jack Mehoff

United States

#22 Jul 27, 2011
I dealed dope for the boys in the 70s it real and badass
Deano

Pensacola, FL

#23 Jul 27, 2011
Anyone tryin to locate me can leave a phone # and I will call
Doodles

United States

#24 Aug 20, 2011
Deano wrote:
Anyone tryin to locate me can leave a phone # and I will call
Are you related to Dewey D'angelo
Renee

United States

#25 Aug 20, 2011
Deano DAngelo wrote:
Most of the Dixie Mafia was comprised of redneck punks, with no Italian blood, who had no honor or loyalty. What may be left of that organization are not worth talking about. OMERTA !!!! Move on, let it og, get a life.
I believe I talked to you once on the phone my mom use to work for Dewey.
Email me please [email protected]
random person

Covington, LA

#26 Oct 14, 2011
Dixxie Mafia is the real Deal.
pms

Lewiston, ID

#27 Oct 21, 2011
boss wrote:
Dixie Mafia is aterm made up by the FBI. Therefore, no such organization existsnow, nor has ever existed.
The Old South was built by people helping each other out. Contracts were made by a handshake. Men were men, and yankees were yankees. The FBI has always been an enemy of the South, fabricating lies and accusations.
you are wrong..... there was really a Dixie Mafia. If you read the book "Mississippi Mud", it is a true story of what actually happened. Not sure if it is still in existence today, but I wouldn't be surprised it is!
Orville

Boise, ID

#28 Oct 21, 2011
Macon:

"The Dixie Mafia is a very much alive, very large (and growing), very well organized group of criminals and they literally blanket the south".

"A cheap punk who is a member of both the Outlaws AND the Dixie Mafia has a "contract" to kill me right now".

I doubt the "contract" but would definitely believe there may be a few "warrants" out on you. You are a certifiable idiot.
Head Family Gulfport MS

Gulfport, MS

#29 Nov 5, 2011
All of the so called "king pins" that have been mentioned looked up to Carlos Marcello. Everyone that owned businesses assumed to be ran by the "mafia" were good people. The fact that some of you make comments about it never existing obviously do not have any relatives that were around those days. If you did, you could ask them how real the Dixie Mafia was. Being a decendent of known members, I grew up hearing all of the witnessed stories.
Migues

Sioux City, IA

#30 Dec 13, 2011
You people don't know what you're talking about. Stop posting this bullshit. Uncle Carlos? Are you serious? You watch to much friggin tv! Don't talk about what you don't know about!
Anonymous

Hudson, FL

#31 Jan 1, 2012
While there has been a lot said about the so called "Dixie Mafia", there is certainly no denying that there was a microcosm of corruption that permeated the Gulf Coast during the late 60s and early 70s. I knew the D'Angelo family very well and regret the terrible demise of Dewey; however, my uncle also met a terrible demise - a mystery that I am still trying to solve nearly 30 years later. Deano, sorry about your recent fall in Pensacola. Gina and Tammy, I know not where you are today. And Dot, I hope you are all well.
Deano DAngelo

Cantonment, FL

#32 Feb 11, 2012
Anonymous from Hudson;, Fl, feel free to email me @ [email protected], I'm sure we know each other, since you know my mother and sister's names. by the way they dropped all charges in that recent mishap! thanks 4 your concern.
Wants to know

Sioux City, IA

#33 Feb 12, 2012
From my understanding, the Dixie Mafia is an old term used to classify old Southern gangsters. Im talking the old south, 1890's to 1950's.

Macon, wow, you should write a FICTION book on this subject. You did however have me laughing my ass off.
Concerned Citizen

Gulfport, MS

#34 Feb 12, 2012
Migues wrote:
You people don't know what you're talking about. Stop posting this bullshit. Uncle Carlos? Are you serious? You watch to much friggin tv! Don't talk about what you don't know about!
While I was not related to Carlos he and my mom dated as youngsters. They remained friends through her life and he told me to call him Uncle Carlos. I used to laugh growing up on the coast when aquaintences would tell me this person or that person was in the Mafia, So yes Migues I did know Carlos and I called him Uncle Carlos
Another DAngelo

London, Canada

#35 Mar 5, 2012
Y'know, I've harassed a lot of websites to get them to take down wild stories and accusations about my g-uncle Dewey. People forget that children do genealogy projects and stuff online. I am not old enough to know all of the 'inside' stories and I admit to being curious, but I know enough to recognize the pure b.s. that so many people say. If this topic must continue on, please remember to respect the memory of the dead for the sake of their survivors. Thank you.
Mud

Jackson, MS

#36 Mar 13, 2012
Interesting how everyone discusses the old stories. None want to talk about what's still going on. The elected officials who are still in office with the ties to organized crime.
Galaxy tech

Veyo, UT

#37 Mar 26, 2012
angel of fire wrote:
My uncle was Dewey D'Angelo he owned and operated the Gringo Room. I can so remember those days like they were yesterday.
I knew and worked with your cousin Dino at Galaxy. I talked to Dewey several times mainly on the phone. I was very surprized that he would be caught off guard like he was. Very tough guy w/ a very suspicious nature.
mississippi DM hitter

Bartlesville, OK

#38 Mar 29, 2012
Mississippi wrote:
IF YOU ARE SUCH A THREAT TO THEM THEN WHY ARE YOU STILL AROUND. RUNNING YOUR MOUTH !!!!
We are very much alive youngbuck and if you look closey at cars and trucks driving by you all of us have special decals or markings just like we have tats. I was introduced as a guard when I was 17 I have done things and seen things that are quite remarkable and macon ga is a dumba** here in gulfport we work close with the mexican mafia, the white knights, dixie brotherhood and etc... Quit running yalls mouth are come here and talk face to face thanks.

M.G. Jr.
LESLIERHORNE

Brandon, MS

#39 Apr 18, 2012
dOES ANYONE KNOW WHO THE MAN IS ON THE COVER OF
DREAM ROOM? hE LOOKS JUST LIKE MY DADDY. tHE BOOK
READS LIKE MY DADDY'S LIFE.
THANK YOU,
LESLIERHORNE

Brandon, MS

#40 Apr 18, 2012
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHO THE MAN IS ON THE COVER OF
DREAM ROOM? hE LOOKS JUST LIKE MY DADDY.

THANK YOU, EMAIL TO [email protected]
Mississippi DM hitter

Bartlesville, OK

#41 May 26, 2012
LESLIERHORNE wrote:
DOES ANYONE KNOW WHO THE MAN IS ON THE COVER OF
DREAM ROOM? hE LOOKS JUST LIKE MY DADDY.
THANK YOU, EMAIL TO [email protected]
Why don't you google is dumba**

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