The two most famous mobsters of the twentieth century were Al Capone and Don Corleone. The most powerful American mobster of the twentieth century was Stefa Magaddi. This book tells the story of a decade-long war against the Magaddi crime family waged by an elite stealth New York State police team. Veteran crime reporter Matt Gryta, who covered many of the events and trials described in the book, and former State Trooper George Karalus, a member of the undercover unit that shadowed Magaddi, have teamed up to tell the story of the secret unit's war against the Mafia. From The Real Teflon Don: Magaddi quieted the complaints about his Apalachin strategy by issuing assignments that led to the deaths of several of his biggest mob critics. As Magaddi always did when he approved an assignment to have someone killed he said thing, but raised his right hand over his head. His henchmen knew that meant the assignment had his approval. His Apalachin critics were handled that way, quieting the criticism fairly quickly within years of that public embarrassment for the entire mob family nationwide.