GERARD OUIMETTE

Courtesy of The Providence Journal/David Carson.

Courtesy of The Providence Journal/David Carson.

Gerard Ouimette spent the majority of the 1970s in prison, where he worked as a lieutenant of Raymond Patriarca, running criminal activities from his cellblock. In 1996, after being sentenced on extortion charges, Ouimette became the first person in New England, and the fourth in the nation, to be sentenced to life without parole under the "three-strikes-and-you're-out" provision of the 1994 federal crime bill.

Gerard appears in Chapter 2 and Bonus Episode 2

Ale LariuBonus Episode 2