The Carlton Crew deal with internal affairs, Tony Mokbel builds an empire while Detective Inspector Jim O'Brien finds a way to get eyes and ears on Mokbel. Carl Williams is injured in a dispute with ...
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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
Awesome addition to the Previous "Underbelly" series!
Wow! What an awesome add on or take from a different perspective
than the Underbelly series! This series coming from Fat Tonys eyes was a brilliant way to bring all the cool characters back to life! A definite 10/10!
Even if you haven't seen the UNDERBELLY series You are still able to follow the storyline no Problem. I really do suggest watching Fat Tony & CO + the Underbelly Series. You can't help but love all the fantastic characters involved With the Australian underground! I just happen to Stumble upon the series Fat Tony & CO and after watching the first 3 Episodes I once again was hooked on the awesome stories of the Australian underground drug trade! And more that its all based on True events makes it all that much more awesome to watch and get Wrapped up in the crazy thugs & crooked cops! Cheers, and trust me You'll be hooked!
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