25 Extremely Notorious Gangsters
20. Demetrius Flenory
Known as the Black Meech in several circles in Atlanta, Demetrius Flenory was among the two founders of the Black Mafia Family, a large drug trafficking organization that predominantly operated in Detroit, then expanded into Atlanta and Los Angeles. He was a convicted trafficker of cocaine throughout the United States for around two decades and was identified as among the highest-earning drug traffickers in the history of the country.
15. Jacques Mesrine
Known as the modern gangster of the modern French history, Jacques Mesrine was largely involved in several bank robberies, murders, kidnappings and burglaries in the United States, Canada and France during the 20th century. He was also known as The Man with a Thousand Faces because of his aptitude in disguises for each of his operations. He was imprisoned several times but was always able to escape, and even killed the judges who sentenced him.
10. John Dillinger
Throughout his life, John Dillinger got involved in several crimes. Among them were the robbery of about 25 banks and police stations in the United States as well as the murder of several people in East Chicago, Indiana. He rose to popularity during the Depression era of the United States, and was then considered as the most notorious of all notorious criminals in the country. He organized crimes and fought head to head against the FBI.
5. Billy the Kid
Also known as Henry Antrim, Billy the Kid was a gangster who had his own murder victim at the age of 18. He was a 19th-century gunman who became involved in the Lincoln County War and was known for his unparalleled skill in handling firearms. Throughout his life, he killed a little less than 30 people and stole several horses and cattle. Firsthand sources say that Billy the Kid killed only those he thought deserved to be killed.
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