curious

Moultrie, GA

#1 Nov 20, 2012
Anyone with history in the Dixie mafia? Susan Mcduffie Weeks once gangster from Rhine GA wrote a book soon to be movie The Underestimated broken chain of command

Since: Sep 09

Hollywood, FL

#2 Dec 12, 2012
oh good lord!
interested

Jesup, GA

#3 Dec 12, 2012
curious wrote:
Anyone with history in the Dixie mafia? Susan Mcduffie Weeks once gangster from Rhine GA wrote a book soon to be movie The Underestimated broken chain of command
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Since: Aug 12

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#4 Dec 14, 2012
Must be fiction. They mostly operated through the northwest part of Georgia out of Alabama from around I-20 right on up to the Tennessee line. Guns, drugs, shine and cars either sent over to Atlanta or up 75 to the northern states. That was back in the day though...they're long gone now but the tales I heard from law enforcement in the area. (-:
big mama from broxton

Ray City, GA

#5 Apr 4, 2013
would like to know more is sugarbrook farms is in book from broxton,ga
County mounty

Griffin, GA

#6 Apr 10, 2013
It's true. There maybe a few things added to "spice" the book up but research her and ou will find numerous stories of her and relatives related to the stories told. The area she is from was once a feared place if you were an outsider. You pretty much only went to Rhine for a few things and most are discussed in the book. It was not only Rhine but the general county.
County mounty

Griffin, GA

#7 Apr 10, 2013
County mounty wrote:
It's true. There maybe a few things added to "spice" the book up but research her and ou will find numerous stories of her and relatives related to the stories told. The area she is from was once a feared place if you were an outsider. You pretty much only went to Rhine for a few things and most are discussed in the book. It was not only Rhine but the general county.
It's a much better place now though..
Juebaby

Waverly Hall, GA

#8 Sep 11, 2013
There was a Dixie Mafia which in 60s and 70s was more than a few county's it was huge like prev. Comments GSP,judges,lawyers,DA s,Sherriffs were all involved and things went a lot smoother then than now with the corrupt system now.Im 39 I was a kid but my kin and the old men and the Great old GSP have told me all about it.We need them good ole boys back!
The Real Dixie Mafia

Edmond, OK

#9 Sep 26, 2013
The Dixie Mafia is a criminal organization based in Biloxi, Mississippi, and operated primarily in the Southern United States, in the 1970s. The group uses each member's talents in various crime categories to help move stolen merchandise, illegal alcohol, and illegal drugs. It is also particularly well known for violence. There were other groups called the Dixie Mafia found throughout the South. One was headed by Willie Foster Sellers of Surrency, Georgia. He and his cohorts specialized in burglarizing and robbing small town banks. Sellers first encountered the term "Dixie Mafia" when he was being tried in 1965 for a supermarket burglary however he said the FBI invented it to make their arrests sound more significant.
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