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The Nationally Syndicated Radio show, The LawBusiness Insider , hosted by Steve Murphy....proudly presents former Mafia Lawyer and Chicago Cop, Robert Cooley….And Robert Dugoni, NY Times Best Selling Author  in exclusive interviews on The LawBusiness Insider, July 28, 2011 1.   WHEN CORRUPTION WAS KING- Robert CooleyBob Cooley was the Chicago Mafia’s “Mechanic”—a fixer of court cases. During the 1970s and ’80s, Cooley bribed judges, court clerks, and cops to keep his Mob clients—hit men, bookies, racketeers, and crooked pols— out of jail. Paid handsomely for his services, he lived fast and enjoyed the protection of the men he served This is the story of a Mob lawyer turned mole with a million-dollar contract on his head who has clanged back and forth between sin and sainthood like a church bell clapper—a turbulent youth, a stint on Chicago’s police force, law school, and then the inner sanctum of Chicago’s leading mobsters and corrupt political officials.

With wild abandon he chased crooked acquittals for the likes of Pat Marcy, an Al Capone protégé, who had become the Mob’s key political operative; ruthless Mafia Capo and gambling czar Marco D’Amico; and notorious hit man Harry Aleman. He dined with Mob bosses and shared “last suppers” with friends before their gangland executions. Cooley watched as Marcy and the Mob controlled the courts, the cops, and the politicians. Then, in a startling act of conscience, he walked into the office of the U.S. Organized Crime Strike Force and, without a pending conviction or a hit man on his tail, agreed to wear a wire on the same Mafia overlords who had made him a player.


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