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I Am Not A Gangster

I Am Not A Gangster

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If you like reading books like this I would highly recommend this book Really good read, can’t put it down.

The book comes across as a memoir interview, but it does seem to lack any sort of real passion, but that might just be reflective of times Bobby grew up in. At 16, Bobby Cummines became one of the youngest people in Britain to be convicted of carrying a sawn-off shotgun. An explosive account of life in the criminal underworld by one of Britain's most dangerous men 'I am not a gangster,' I spat. When I realised my mistake, I contacted this seller and asked if it was possible to have a refund because the book had not yet been dispatched.His passion is talking to young people in schools and colleges, deterring them from what they might perceive as a glamorous lifestyle by highlighting the harsh realities of crime and prison. Eventually Bobby was sentenced to 12 years in Britain's most notorious prisons, along with the Krays, Charlie Richardson and the Yorkshire Ripper.

I Am Not A Gangster is an explosive account of life in the criminal underworld by one of Britain's most dangerous men, but above all it's a remarkable tale of redemption with the biggest turnaround in gangland history.He has said that if he had not wanted to escape criminal life he would have used these techniques, such as building bombs or smuggling illicit goods. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average.

Cummines claims he was taught to dehumanize anyone he killed, to think of them as vermin, [2] saying that if you did think about it then you would think of their families and guilt. No missing or damaged pages, no creases or tears, no underlining or highlighting of text, and no writing in the margins.He described the moment he decided to get into crime, saying two of his friends were walking with him at a park when one accidentally set off a starting pistol. The latter stages of the book focuses on his reform and turning his life around, which really is quite something. The book was okay I would have liked to hear more about his life of crime rather than his work after his time in prison. If you ask, he'll tell you he was simply a businessman and it just so happened his business was that of a hitman, armed robber and fixer.

Cummines turned his life around in prison after a conversation with Charlie Richardson, who urged him to become educated and earn money without hurting anyone. Every Mother and Father from deprived backgrounds should heed the moral of this tale and tell it to their kids. Its very very rare I actually want to read a book, but after watching an interview with this guy I was hooked.You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice. Finance is provided by PayPal Credit (a trading name of PayPal UK Ltd, Whittaker House, Whittaker Avenue, Richmond-Upon-Thames, Surrey, United Kingdom, TW9 1EH). In his autobiography, Cummines details how he met a broad range of people, from members of the Irish Republican Army to American gangsters. It's a shocking insight into a society where the rules are made by gangland leaders and if anybody dare break them, they have to deal with the consequences. After serving 12 years in many of the UK's maximum security prisons, he went on to become a founder member and chief executive of UNLOCK, a charity which helps people with criminal convictions reintegrate into society.



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