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John Red Shea was a top lieutenant to South Boston's top Irish mobster, Whitey Bulger, and was the only guy to walk the walk and take the rap when the mob boss and his fellow rats turned and ran. Shea did twelve years of hard time in order to maintain his personal dignity and sense of integrity. Rat Bastards was the first-ever, firsthand account of mob life that wasn't told by a rat. Red Shea did his crime, then did his time - and never informed, unlike Henry Hill of Wiseguy, Sammy The Bull Grava of Underboss, and so many others. Holding fast to the code of his upbringing, he remained a man of hour. That's why, even today, in Boston, Red Shea remains an iconic figure. He is the last stand-up guy.
John Red Shea, forty, completed his twelve-year federal prison sentence in 2002 and is now living on the right side of the law and working in Boston, Massachusetts.