Anybody know anything about Dixie Maf...
thewinner

Tampa, FL

#62 Feb 14, 2013
southern grown wrote:
the dixie mafia is real.my uncle who has recently pass 3 months ago paul mazzel was it.hey the way i see it we all make mistakes u know.
who are you and why do you think that Paul wass a part of this so called Dixie Mafia? was it because of the title they tried to hang on him when he was tried? He was not nor was he ever a member of the so called Dixie Mafia that was something they tried to connect him with in order to get a conviction, and it worked for the prosecution and an innocent man had his life ruined. I know this because Paul was my friend and I know that he didnt kill Ricky because he told me he didnt and he never lied to me about anything because he didnt have too. We were much too involved in each others lives that we diodnt have to lie to each other. The state got its pound of flesh but it had to lie to do so. thats my story and i stand by it
Notorious DAVID MARTIN

United States

#63 Feb 15, 2013
Deano how are you all. Alive and well always friend of the family i do remain. Take care . David. Florida
bill

Davenport, FL

#65 Apr 7, 2013
one thing I can say my dad,an stepdad both, in it,
and unless you see,or been there, shut the he** up. pulling up things from passed,. could have family looking over or shoulders
fu** off mind your own family history
Atlanta
,ky
GulfCoast

Moss Point, MS

#66 Apr 29, 2013
All I know is them folks killed for money,greed,and power.It makes the coast look bad with all the corrupt cops.
LEO on Patrol

United States

#67 May 10, 2013
You civies are morons, stop this already - obey the law and let us do our jobs.
Gulf

Gautier, MS

#68 May 10, 2013
The cops nowadays are actually a lot less corrupt than they were back in the 70s & 80s when the 'dixie mob' was @ its height dude.

The ones back then were glorified rednecks with badges. At least nowadays they try to teach professional ethics.
The Dixie Mafia

Chicago, IL

#69 Jun 10, 2013
The Dixie Mafia in Mississippi is more of a quasi-
prison gang/white supremacist/biker thing. It is fairly organized. In Georgia, the term, "Mob," and
Dixie Mafia are used interchangeably. The Georgia
Dixie Mafia is a loosely organized network of criminal enterprises. It does not have the organizational hierarchy found in Mississippi. That is not to say there is no, "overlapping." My 2 cents
worth.
gurtzdell

United States

#70 Oct 4, 2013
A Ladner wrote:
most of you are full of BS the Dixie Mafia has never existed and never will just as the A&E recent show tried to show case them has a gang that is actually known as the Simon City Rollers which is a bunch of white rejects it s a shame that people still try to keep the myth of the Dixie Mafia alive and try to make everything that happened on the coast controlled by them I also grew up on hte coast and had family members that owned bars and a few that ended up behind bars including myself but just because someone claims to be in a mythical group doesnt make it so if their were such a group I dont believe anyone would admit to being in it especially here where I am sure the government could track anyone here they wanted to but I do miss the good ole days on the coast
I wont say who I am or who my father is simply because he is still alive. But I can tell you for sure if you google my father's name you will find it in all of the forementioned books about the Dixie Mafia.I'm in my 40's now but I grew up in this so I'm pretty sure it really exist.
Walker Watch

Ocean Springs, MS

#71 Oct 6, 2013
Is your name Scott Walker? Oh, I am sorry. That was another era of the Dixie Mafia. Bill Walker was the Capo of the DMR branch of the Dixie Mafia.
Bonn

Sewell, NJ

#72 Feb 20, 2014
Macon wrote:
The Dixie Mafia is a very much alive, very large (and growing), very well organized group of criminals and they literally blanket the south. Regardless of how upstanding they appear to be in the community, they're ALL white trash. To become a member, requirement number one is that someone must have a "day job", to explain how they can afford houses, cars, boats, etc. They also closely cooperate with the Outlaws M.C. on many criminal enterprises, especially drug distribution and murder. Since the mid 80's, ALL the old line "mob" organizations have been forced to buy their cocaine and heroin directly from the C.I.A. Only the importers who have foolishly decided to remain "independent" are targeted by federal law enforcement. That's correct, "our" government is directly responsible for at least 95% of the drugs flooding the streets of this nation. A cheap punk who is a member of both the Outlaws AND the Dixie Mafia has a "contract" to kill me right now. Having advance knowledge of someone's bad intentions, plus where that person is likely to be found at any given time is a very powerful tool. That sorry coward is the chief "hitter" for Clayton, Fayette, and Coweta counties in Georgia. Rumor has it he's even "done" some children. Yes, I know all the who, what, when, where, and how concerning his drug running, too. I know exactly "who's who" at the top of the Dixie Mafia (the "kingpins"), but they don't know me. I wouldn't bet on his team winning the game they're playing with me, I'm a retired U.S. Intelligence agent and I strongly believe that being proactive and extremely alert is always the most effective plan. I'm willing to bet my life the Dixie boys are about to suffer a long series of very devastating "hits" from an "unknown source".
Macon you are about one clueless individual when it comes to Mob knowledge. Saying "ALL" these guys bought their heroin from the CIA is laughable at the least. Do some research on the ZIPS and most notably the Pizza Connection trial, the Cherry Hill Gambinos, the Inzerillos of Sicily and Toto Reiina. If that isn't enough to tell you how way off track you are then you will just remain forever ignorant instead of informed for the rest of your life. Read and learn the truth then come back and apologize for spouting false info to these readers like you are some kind of expert on the subject.
OrganizedCrimeRe searcher

Warner Robins, GA

#73 Feb 23, 2014
Actually I do quite a bit of research on organized crime (to go toward my criminal justice degree) and in all sense of the term of "organized crime" the Dixie Mafia is real. This may have been a named dubbed by the FBI, but these crimes were interconnected and involved more than 3 people (it only takes 3 or more people to be considered an organized criminal group).

Now to the poster who claims "the FBI is out to get southerners" I assure you, "organized crime" is far less of a problem in the South than it is in other parts of the country. The South is notorious for committing hate crimes which is very much a violation of basic human rights thus the first amendment (just throwing that in there because I know how much southerners love to quote the 2nd amendment but often overlook the other amendments that are included in the Bill of Rights and the additional amendments after the first 10).

So for all intensive purposes, they are a real group - probably not the best group of organized criminals, but non-the-less, these criminal groups aren't exactly checking educational backgrounds either. And by the way, yes, I was born and raised in the DEEP south and my great grandparents suffered at the hands of these criminals.

And here's a little reference for ya... I also I invite you to review some crime statistics as well.. when you are trying to make a valid argument, it helps to have a little evidence supporting your claims.. but I suppose making the FBI and all government bodies out to be "redneck boogie men" they wouldn't be considered a legitimate resource right?

http://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/2012/septembe...
a Ladner

Houston, TX

#74 Feb 23, 2014
Ain't anyone would say they are involved in the Dixie mafia like I said born and raised there I don't want to know who your dad is just everyone needs to know that the Dixie mafia never existed
lol

Heidelberg, Australia

#75 Mar 24, 2014
Macon wrote:
The Dixie Mafia is a very much alive, very large (and growing), very well organized group of criminals and they literally blanket the south. Regardless of how upstanding they appear to be in the community, they're ALL white trash. To become a member, requirement number one is that someone must have a "day job", to explain how they can afford houses, cars, boats, etc. They also closely cooperate with the Outlaws M.C. on many criminal enterprises, especially drug distribution and murder. Since the mid 80's, ALL the old line "mob" organizations have been forced to buy their cocaine and heroin directly from the C.I.A. Only the importers who have foolishly decided to remain "independent" are targeted by federal law enforcement. That's correct, "our" government is directly responsible for at least 95% of the drugs flooding the streets of this nation. A cheap punk who is a member of both the Outlaws AND the Dixie Mafia has a "contract" to kill me right now. Having advance knowledge of someone's bad intentions, plus where that person is likely to be found at any given time is a very powerful tool. That sorry coward is the chief "hitter" for Clayton, Fayette, and Coweta counties in Georgia. Rumor has it he's even "done" some children. Yes, I know all the who, what, when, where, and how concerning his drug running, too. I know exactly "who's who" at the top of the Dixie Mafia (the "kingpins"), but they don't know me. I wouldn't bet on his team winning the game they're playing with me, I'm a retired U.S. Intelligence agent and I strongly believe that being proactive and extremely alert is always the most effective plan. I'm willing to bet my life the Dixie boys are about to suffer a long series of very devastating "hits" from an "unknown source".
Lol white trash? Sorry but there not just whet they do not have a specific race origin mike Gillich jnr was Croatian so not white trash
biloxian

Bay Saint Louis, MS

#76 Apr 9, 2014
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 was born and raised in the neighborhood behind gringos on greater ave. Looking for my half brother Andy Tripp he used to work for your uncle do you know of him?
Allen Jenkins

Tulsa, OK

#77 Apr 27, 2014
My uncle was Ruby Charles Jenkins. Bob Jenkins. From blue jacket, ok. Look him up. He was part of the Dixie mafia. And drove the car that john Dillon was assassinated in the passenger seat next to him. I have his memoirs from prison that I want to get published someday.
John

Lake City, FL

#78 Jul 22, 2014
[I knew Dewey D'Angelo I used to live by the V.A. center and had a few dealings with him.Back in the day, if you needed money, he was the man to see.The ones that were bad were the cops in Biloxi.Like Hal Davis and his side kick Chick Jordan,what a couple of JERKS.
Cardlink62

Toledo, OH

#79 Sep 19, 2014
Mississippi wrote:
IF YOU ARE SUCH A THREAT TO THEM THEN WHY ARE YOU STILL AROUND. RUNNING YOUR MOUTH !!!!
Seems to me that for someone who is so involved to be running their mouth to still be breathing air doesn't make a whole lot of sense does it?
Jay-B
#83 Dec 2, 2014
The "Dixie Mafia" were not composed of redneck punks. They did actually coin the term Dixie Mafia among themselves. That name was not just made up out of thin air. Just because someone is proud of being below the mason dixon and white does not make them redneck. They were highly organized in ways that a "redneck" or punk could have ever been. Just because they may have done illegal things does not make them punks. Atleast they stood for something and had a purpose. Just because an organization may have associated with another organization does not make the the same organization. Crips are not GD, Bloods are not Vice Lord, and Dixie Mafia are not the outlaws. The actual dixie mafia did not consist of street thugs and had there hands in legit business from Memphis to New Orleans. Of course the leaders are going to down play what dixie mafia really was the same as Larry Hoover down plays GD. I think alot of people get confused between the original dixie mafia was and what the new dixie mafia is.
whocares

Boulder, CO

#84 Dec 14, 2014
my grandfather and cousins were apart of all this in Alabama. mostly moonshining. my cousins wound up on unsolved mysteries for their disappearance. my grandfather was hung in the barn when released from prison for beating a couple of guys to death over a bad deal. bowman/brasher
MsOutlaw

Sumrall, MS

#85 Jan 27, 2015
The one who knows wrote:
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I agree totally! I have been saying this exact thing for years!! I grew up in Biloxi and and am either related to or were good family friends with people named in one of those books...It is all total BS there was no economy people who were friends did things together that were wrong but tey were tring to make a living...all this Mafia crap is just false!!!
The name of Dewey's club was the Dream Room. If he was really your uncle I'd think you would know that

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