The Irish Mob is one of the oldest criminal organizations in existence today, being around since the early nineteenth century. All across North America and Europe there have been recorded activities of Irish gangs in large areas such as England, Canada, Boston, Chicago and Los Santos. During Prohibition, active Irish gang fought for control of the bootlegging and illegal gambling rackets. Violent blood baths were a common situation, such as the St. Valentine's Day Massacre organized by Al Capone in the late 1920s which led to the death of a group of Irish gang members.
Gangs and Mob OutfitsEdit
- Westside Boys - Notoriously brutal gang that clings to Purgatory. Primely noted for their affiliation with the Gambetti crime family since the 1960's and their wanton violence.
- Steinway Crew - More organized Irish mob outfit, stemming from the Purgatory-based criminals.
- Celtic Killers - Irish-American street gang hailing from Northern Gardens, Bohan. Often used as a recruiting tool for the other two organized crime outfits.