Life & criminal career of New York Mafia boss.
In 1992, after three unsuccessful prosecutions, and determined not to fail a fourth time, Gotti’s prosecutors presented a colossal amount of evidence, including six hours of FBI tapes surreptitiously recorded in Gotti’s hideaways. They called 38 witnesses, including Gotti’s No. 2 man, Salvatore Sammy Bull Gravano, one of the highest-ranking turncoats in organized crime.(Goodstein, 1992) Meanwhile, New York promoted him and he reveled in the experience. But now, the surveillance case was overwhelming. FBI cameras captured it all, from surveillance post, blocks away from Gotti’s headquarters in Little Italy. . (Thug in a Great-Looking Suit.)
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