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Police chief: No sign of fear from slain attorney

Authorities don't know whether a Texas prosecutor who had extensive experience with organized crime had feared for his life before he was fatally shot, but they're poring through the cases he handled for leads to his killer, officials said Friday.Full story

Bosnia arrests 25 in swoop on organized crime

SARAJEVO (Reuters) - Bosnian police arrested 25 people on Wednesday on suspicion of multiple murders, drug-trafficking and robbery in what it described as the largest crackdown on organized crime since the country's 1992-95 war. Full story

Band of family thieves robs stores across the U.S.

  A family of thieves is taking organized crime to another level, using grandparents, small children, and even babies to rob stores blind. NBC’s Jeff Rossen investigates, showing the video proof of the family’s multiple jewelry heists.

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  Inside Las Vegas' mob museum

Capone, Gotti, Luciano - all infamous, and all now part of a notorious collection. TODAY's Amy Robach got an offer she couldn't refuse to visit the first-ever mob museum.

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Members of the special forces guard the entrance during the court appearance of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering in Managua
Members of the special forces guard the entrance during the court appearance of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering in Managua

Members of the special forces guard the entrance during the court appearance of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering in Managua August 31, 2012. The group, posing as Mexican journalists, were detained while entering Nicaragua from Honduras following

Members of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering talk during a court appearance in Managua
Members of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering attend a court appearance in Managua
Members of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering attend a court appearance in Managua

Raquel Alatorre Correa , part of a group of 18 people accused of being involved in organized crime and money laundering, sits with fellow suspects during a court appearance in Managua August 31, 2012. The group, posing as Mexican journalists, were detained while entering Nicaragua from Honduras foll