This past year I spent the summer with the mob in New York City. It was very educational and I learned plenty from it. Three things I was educated on was stealing, organized crime and mob hits.
Stealing now a days isn't as easy as it used to be. You must be aware of security guards and cameras. Each place that is going to be robbed must be viewed from a safe distance in order to find out when the person or owner leaves, and what kind security they have. Usually it's simply a security system such as Brinks, which is easily bypassed with a wire snip. As far as the money and jewels that we get, they are exchanged at a pawn shop or just sold on the Black Market.
Organized crime is not as simple as it sounds. It is hard to get a group of hardcore gangsters to be organized.
Once they have joined our team we carry out "favors" to high class people for money or "brain candy." One of our side jobs is selling ice to kids on the streets. We usually bring in about 50 grand a week, but that money is split up between all of us so we bring in 2 grand a week each one of us. That money can be reinvested or pocketed. I may sound weird but we are all investors in the stock market.
The last thing I learned about this summer was mob "hits." High class people would pay us a lot of money to take care of their problems which is usually like an ex-wife or a business partner. This is where we receive most of our money and how we got the bad reputation for crime. Once the hit is done the people drop off the money at a secret location or we just kill them also.
This past summer was not only educational but it was fun. I can't say that I helped in the doing of these things but I learned about them. Now I know where to turn when I need things done right.