The LAPD finally gets Bugsy Siegel behind bars, but what initially appears as a shining moment for the department soon takes a turn for the worse. Having heard that Siegel has been arrested, mobster Jack Dragna takes the opportunity to make his move. Meanwhile, Jasmine is shaken after receiving a frightening threat at her apartment. And Joe receives an unexpected visit from Sid.
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In addition to John Buntin's book, "L.A. Noir: The Struggle for the Soul of America's Most Seductive City" as the primary source, writer David J. Schow cited additional material from "Red Ink, White Lies: The Rise and Fall of Los Angeles Newspapers, 1920-1962" by Rob Leicester Wagner and "Mickey Cohen: The Life and Crimes of L.A.'s Notorious Mobster" by Tere Tereba. See more
They show the hit men shooting revolvers with silencers. Because of the space between the cylinder and the barrel a silencer will not work on a revolver and must be used on a solid barrel, such as that on a rifle or semi-automatic pistol. See more