A black gang infiltrating a white ethnic gang's numbers racket makes four very big mistakes, in ascending order of importance: robbing and killing a pickup man for his bets and the numbers; shooting Broadhurst (knocking him out of the episode after the first scene) when he tries to interfere; framing the unconscious Broadhurst for skimming money from the numbers runners; and depriving a VERY well-connected Jewish tailor of his winnings. Written by
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A shivaree (charivari) is an Old World custom in which the members of the local community perform a celebration, usually when a couple gets married, often through the banging of pots and pans at the home of newlyweds. Shivarees can also be used a way showing the community's disapproval of someone, like a couple living together out of wedlock, or someone the community feels is of ill repute. See more
There would have been no finger prints on the money in Broadhusts pocket or on the box with the fur coat, which would have made any frame of him impossible. See more