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Ex-Mobster Tells of Finding Faith in 'Blood Covenant'

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Ex-Mobster Tells of Finding Faith in 'Blood Covenant'

Ex-Mobster Tells of Finding Faith in 'Blood Covenant'

Ex-Mobster Tells of Finding Faith in 'Blood Covenant'

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Michael Franzese was once in the top echelon of the Colombo crime family. He left the mob after converting to Christianity, and has since written the autobiography Blood Covenant. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Franzese about his experiences on the streets, in jail, and with his new faith.