Mad Frankie Fraser. Formerly a Richardson enforcer. Latterly a Kray associate. It was the Turnmills nightclub in Clerkenwell where Frankie Fraser was shot in the head. That was in 1991 when he was 68!! Of course he survived.
Frankie Fraser teamed up with the Richardson gang in the mid-1960s. His criminal career began at age 13 with theft. During World War II his crimes escalated, including shopbreaking & desertion. He was a known associate of gangster Billy Hill through the 1950s. After joining the Richardsons, he served as their enforcer. His favorite brand of punishment was extracting teeth with pliers. Over his long criminal career, Fraser spent 40-42 years in prison.