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Daemon
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The Kray Twins (1933)

Partners in crime, twins Reginald and Ronald Kray were the foremost perpetrators of organized crime in London's East End during the 1950s and 60s. The brothers managed to escape justice for some time, thanks in part to their intimidation of witnesses, political connections, and quasi-celebrity status as nightclub owners. Eventually, however, their luck ran out. In 1969, they were sentenced to life in prison for the murders of George Cornell and Jack McVitie. Why was Reginald eventually freed? More...
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My uncle, a prison officer, knew them. I asked him about them. ' Fucking psychos ' was his only response. The only good thing they ever spawned was Doug and Dinsdale Piranha.

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