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On March 19, 2006, Tony Mokbel, said to be Australia's richest gangster, became Australia's most wanted man. What followed was an intense manhunt that lasted 18 months and dismantled a drug empire. A miraculous tip-off to the Australian police revealed that Mokbel was living in Athens, Greece under a false name and documents. But how do you find one man in a population of four million? Fat Tony & Co follows Mokbel from his early beginnings in Melbourne's underworld to his eventual discovery and arrest in a café in Athens.Written by
Fat Tony & Co is an Australian film based on Tony Mokbel a notorious drug lord who fled Australia on the run!
This is a great watch for absolutely everybody your nan, aunt, uncle or even 9 year old son would benefit from watching the world of crime and what it leads to.
Its a fascinating story leaving you feeling riddled with questions and won't make much sense if you haven't seen any of the other under belly tv shows regarding the Melbourne Criminal Scene.
It's knowledge and good history for the youth to be careful of because a prison incarceration isn't a fun way to end up for 30 year's of your life, Picture being a teacher for 30 years of your life roughley sitting on $80,000 a year for 30 years thats a whopping $2,400,000 you could have without including taxes from your loval goverment.
Cutting deals with the Mexican's may pay well
but it isn't worth a jail cell
unless you got connections with hell
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