The authors trace John Gotti's rise to power as the head of New York's Gambino crime family, offering a. .This is a readable story of John Gotti's rise in organized crime, ending shortly before the final prosecution that put the "teflon don" behind bars
The authors trace John Gotti's rise to power as the head of New York's Gambino crime family, offering a revealing inside look at the activities of the Mafia and at Gotti's struggle to the top of the criminal world. This is a readable story of John Gotti's rise in organized crime, ending shortly before the final prosecution that put the "teflon don" behind bars. While the author points out the pervasive criminal acts of organized crime, it's hard to escape the feeling that (as John Gotti), there are attractions to the "business" of organized crime. The author quotes one person as saying, "As a wiseguy, you can lie, you can cheat, you can steal, you can kill people - legitimately.
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Bibliographic Details Publication Date: 1990. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Dust Jacket Included.
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After the FBI shootout, FBI supervisor John Good approached Fatico and told him to give up Carrone. Goombata: The Improbable Rise and Fall of John Gotti and his Gang, by John Cummings and Ernest Volkman. Fatico could not comply because Carrone had fled to Boston. This caused a period of major FBI harassment brought on by Carrone shooting at the FBI agents. php?title Frank Carrone&oldid 879185708".
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John Cummings and Ernest Volkman, the authors of Goombata, this new - and surely not the last - biography of Mafia don John Gotti, might have performed a useful service had they attempped to answer this question. But this is not something they are interested in doing. Their subject, after all, is the most mythic mobster of them all - indeed, the most mythic gangster since Al Capone