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Gangland enforcer 'Mad' Frankie Fraser dies at 90 after leg surgery

Frankie Fraser, left, pictured with the notorious Richardson brothers Eddie and Charlie, during their reign in the 1960s

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Kray twins George Cornell wife Olive signed Letter to Frankie Fraser 1966 murder

George Cornell's wife Olive signed letter to Frankie Fraser November 1966. This item sold on Ebay for £320 in January 2015.

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Career criminals and journalists at a party at Gennaro's restaurant in Soho, London, given by British gangster Billy Hill to launch his autobiography 'Boss of Britain's Underworld', December 1955. Left to right: Soho Ted, Bugsy, Groin Frankie, Billy Hill, Ruby Sparkes, Frankie Fraser, College Harry, Frany The Spaniel, Cherry Bill, Johnny Ricco, a female journalist, Russian Ted and a publisher. pub. 3rd December 1953

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Frankie Fraser, signed book. Mad Frank and friends. Signed by Mad Frankie Fraser!

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Jimmy Moody: James Alfred 'Jimmy' Moody (27 February 1941, Looe, Cornwall - 1 June 1993, Hackney, London) was an English gangster and hitman whose career spanned more than four decades and included run-ins with Jack Spot, Billy Hill, "Mad" Frankie Fraser, the Krays, the Richardsons and the Provisional IRA.

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Gangland enforcer 'Mad' Frankie Fraser dies at 90 after leg surgery

The criminal, who has spent almost half his life in prison, passed away earlier at King's College Hospital in Denmark Hill, south-east London, after falling critically ill.

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