John Partington Audio Books

John Partington Audio Books

John Partington (1929–2006) was a commissioner of public safety in Providence, Rhode Island, before he retired. He worked for the United States Marshals Service from 1962 until 1980, working closely with the IRS on organized crime cases. He participated in the formation of the Witness Protection Program in the 1960s, also helping to protect organized crime figures during the early days of the program.

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