A Fictional Head-scratcher.
This is for people who have read the Mario Puzo novel The Godfather and/or watched the first two films. Have you ever thought about why Michael Corleone felt the need to kill his poor brother Fredo? Why do you think Don Michael did this?
You could write a book about this. He had to kill Fredo. It wasn't a matter of feeling the need to. It was a matter of preserving leadership and cohesiveness in the organization, instead of appearing weak. He took a big chance waiting as long as he did. As to why, that part is simple. Fredo was part of an ongoing plot to remove the Corleone family from power.
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