THE MAFIA GAZETTE Issue 32
For All The News That Is News (E&OE)
25th November 2013
Editor In Chief: Carmela_DeAngelis
Managing Editor: Randle_McMurphy
VEXATIOUS VEGAS VIOLENCE
Monday evening brought the shocking death of Las Vegas Capo Jonathan McCann, leader of Clan na Gael. Early reports suggested that McCann had died as the result of a failed bank job in Atlanta, though as the day went on the true events came to light, a far more sinister ending.
Some days earlier, a Gangster under McCann’s leadership, Future, took a shot at NY Made Man John Milton. Milton killed the Gangster instantly in self-defence, but questions remained as to his actions. Was he a lone nut-job, acting without thought or reason, or had he been ordered to test Milton’s reactions for an attack by a more formidable foe? Milton reportedly wrote a letter immediately to McCann, but did not receive a response for several days. Sources indicate this irritated Milton, as he found the matter to warrant more attention than it had been shown, though word from inside Clan na Gael suggests McCann had been away from his office so had not picked up his mail until Monday.
Milton flew to Las Vegas to demand a meeting with McCann, but after interviewing several flight attendants it appears he got riotously drunk on the journey, and landed with murder on the mind. Taking a taxi to Clan na Gael headquarters, Milton snuck up on McCann and started firing shots, though initially only hit his bodyguards. McCann skipped town, without identifying his attacker, and caught a flight to Atlanta where he believed he would be able to regroup and make sense of the attack. Milton stowed away in the luggage compartment of the same plane, however, and soon caught the LV Capo unawares. At 8:52PM on November 18th, McCann was pronounced dead at the scene of his shooting on a street corner in the sleepy city of Atlanta.
Milton reportedly booked into a hotel in a drunken stupor, and sle read more