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It was a plan that suited Burke fine. He did his best to ignore their intrigues, and went cavalierly ahead with his lesser rackets. He was sitting on millions of dollars in cold cash and hot ice that belonged to Lufthansa, the German airline, but Jimmy the Gent would still book ten- and twenty-dollar bets on the basketball games. And he’d still give you a break on the point spread if he liked you, or even forget the vigorish now and then, just as he always has for as many years as a lot of people in Queens can remember.
It was just the alias by which he was known to the mob and the law alike. It came from the tough ethnic neighborhood in Brooklyn where he grew up, and where, for old times’ sake, he enjoyed leaving butchered bodies behind like calling cards. Flatlands was a professional, an old-school killer who made a point of not knowing which Cosa Nostra capo put out the contracts he executed. He always dealt through intermediaries, which made him less vulnerable if there were reprisals, and he was never physically present when the hit came down, which allowed him to establish a foolproof alibi.
On the night of the Eaton strangling in Brooklyn, Flatlands Tony was seen by several witnesses in the audience at a Knights of Columbus benefit in Weehawken. Then there were the disappearances. Ozone Park, Queens. January. Noon. Thomas (Two-Gun Tommy) DeSimone, missing and presumed dead, could have been slain in any of a number of ways. G-men got three conflicting accounts. He was cut down in a volley of handgun fire, stuffed in a concrete drum, and dumped into the Hackensack River near Secaucus.
A Fever In The Heart And Other True Cases (Ann Rule's Crime Files, Volume 3) by Ann Rule