Myron Sugerman is the author of The Chronicles of The Last Jewish Gangster, which offers a riveting account of his six decades as an international outlaw in the casino sector and as a manager for Meyer Lansky’s organization that operated slot machines. He is also the son of the famous Jewish mobster, Barney “Sugie” Sugerman. He reintroduced the slot machine business into New York City, where it had been outlawed for nearly 40 years. He explains to audiences how the Jewish Mob actually contributed to the betterment of the Jewish people by combating the American Nazi party and supporting paramilitary forces in pre-state Israel.
Mike Teichberg, Director, Miami-Dade