- a Mafia vow of silence -will be included in new contracts for next year's series.
For more than 40 years New York wiseguy Gaspare "Gary" Valenti, a trusted side-kick of the real-life Jimmy, kept that omerta
- the mafia's solemn code of silence and foiled the FBI.
Last year's winner Shutthefrontdoor became the first favourite to oblige since Omerta
Blame the 80 percent of good cops who have a Mafia-like omerta
, code of silence, and refuse to testify against their fellow officers.
His investigations hint at secrets held for centuries, revenge, and omerta
in the arcane, twisting corridors of the Vatican itself.
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This gives the author the chance to subject Macbeth and other police officers to a type of omerta
in the small northern Scottish village where the crime took place.
Sometimes this means it can be a very insular, self- congratulatory place that collectively anguishes about the menace of right- wing trollery, but in cases like this, it also means these are the journalists who don't feel bound to the laws of omerta
that used to ensure the media didn't go after its own.
This year will also see The Shambolix, Beeza & The Wild Cats, Word for Word, Audiobloom, Root Chords, Sparrowhawks and the Synotal, Prophecy & Omerta
USADA chief executive Travis Tygart welcomed the UCI decision and called for the world governing body to break free from the past by challenging omerta
, a code of silence within the peloton which allowed doping to flourish.
When read alongside the report from the United States Anti-Doping Agency which explains why it stripped Lance Armstrong of seven Tour titles, perhaps cycling's omerta
, which prevented writers and journalists from revealing the extent of drug-taking across the professional ranks can finally end.
The baby of the family grew up amid secrets and silence, sworn to an unspoken oath of omerta
by virtue of her dad's position as the nation's No.