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- March 22—Journalist David J. Krajicek will discuss his book Gotti and Me: A Crime Reporter’s Close Encounters with the New York Mafia. Also, there is a command appearance by Deidre Capone grand niece of famous gangster Al Capone and author of the best-selling Uncle Al Capone: The Untold Story from Inside his Family. Read more.
- March 29—Noam Chomsky, one of the world’s most famous activists, will discuss U.S. foreign policy, human rights and international crime. By the 1980's Noam Chomsky had become both the most distinguished figure of American linguistics and one of the most influential left-wing critics of American foreign policy. Chomsky is said to be the most frequently-cited person alive, and one of the eight most frequently-cited authors of all time. Read more.
- April 5—Lisa Pulitzer and Cole Thompson, authors of Portrait of a Monster, will discuss the infamous Joren van der Sloot and the Natalie Holloway mystery. Read more.
- April 12—Chris Kyle, the subject of the Amazon number one best selling book, American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History, will discuss his life and military career. Read more.
- April 19—Authors Joe Land and Robert Fitzpatrick will discuss their book, Betrayal: Whitey Bulger and the FBI Agent Who Fought to Bring Him Down. Read more.
- April 26—Frank Matthews, Part 1—filmmakers Ron Chepesiuk and Al Profit and sources from their documentary, The Frank Matthews Story, will discuss the life and criminal career of Frank Matthews America’s biggest kingpin. Read more.
- May 3—Frank Matthews, Part 2—filmmakers Ron Chepesiuk and Al Profit and sources from their documentary, The Frank Matthews Story, will discuss the amazing disappearance of Frank Matthews, organized crime’s biggest mystery. Read more.
- May 10 Linda Schiro, who appeared on television’s I Married a Mobster, discusses her life as the daughter of mobster Greg Scarpa. Also author Malcolm Kushner discusses his book, Official Book of Mob Humor.
- May 17—Mark Silverman and Scott Deitche, authors of Rogue Mobster, discuss Silverman’s life in the Boston Mob, and J. Patrick O’Connor, author of Scapegoat discusses California’s Chino Hills Murders and the Framing of Kevin Cooper. A special guest appearance by former mob wife Lynda Molito.
- May 24 A command appearance by the controversial marijuana legalization activist Robert Edward Forchion (aka The NJWeedman). Read more.
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