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Former Mob Enforcer Gives Up Crime To Run An Animal Shelter

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James Guiliani, 50, roams the streets of New York at night in his signature track suit. Years ago he was up to no good, working as an enforcer for the notorious Gambino crime family and committing serious crimes including armed robbery, hijacking and kidnapping.  

Today, he has a more noble reason to be out at all hours: he's helping to protect New York's animal population. After doing hard time, Guiliani has committed himself to turning his life around. He now runs Keno's Animal Sanctuary, a no-kill shelter for all types of animals

Guiliani has had to overcome a lot in his life, including addictions to drugs and alcohol, but by following his passion for animals he's overcoming his demons. “Back in the day I would’ve killed someone," he told New York Daily News. "Now I enjoy life, I enjoy being alive.”

But even though he's staying on the straight and narrow, the "Dogfather" is still being targeted by authorities.

Click to the next page to learn why Guiliani is being investigated!

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