Tania Ayde: Bugsy Siegel and The Flamingo Hotel


Source: Tania Ayde

Source: This piece was originally posted at FRS Daily Post

Benjamin Bugsy Siegel was an interesting mobster. Italian, Irish or in Bugsy’s case Jewish because he could’ve been anything he wanted to be. Because of his intelligence and charm, but because he lacked basic discipline and patience he went very far, but in a short time, but was only around for a short time. Being killed by the mob leadership in his early forties after being killed in his Los Angeles home. By perhaps both the Italian and Jewish mafia’s and their leaderships.

After the mob leadership decided that Bugsy was no longer worth the investment with all the money Bugsy spent to build the Las Vegas casinos and that even though Bugsy was very effective as a hitman for the Italian and Jewish mafias, as well as an enforcer, he was no longer worth the investment. Because of how bad a businessman he was. And that he needed to be taken out before he cost his bosses more money.

The mafia were worried that Bugsy would end up in prison or talking to police, or whatever that he was too big of a gamble for them and needed to be dealt with. But without Bugsy Benjamin Siegel and Jimmy Hoffa, Las Vegas is not what it is today. A big vibrant city that it is in the Southwest and the entertainment capital of America. That is just a half-hour flight from Los Angeles. Where Americans all over the country go to everyday to have a good time.

Tania Ayde: Bugsy Siegel and The Flamingo Hotel

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