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John Gotti John Gotti lived in one of those crowded dirty apartment A young John Gotti seeked an impoverished existence with his parents and eleven sisters and brothers His father brarely ever worked and when he did only at menial jobs Also had a problem risking the money that the family did have on gambling Eventually Gottis dad rasied enough money so the family could move to central Brooklyn which was known as East New York at the time Gotti went through alot to get to the top but he made it Growing up in central brooklyn with nothing to look foward to Gotti seeked out the Cosa Nostra Gotti was power hungry and needed respect he felt that he could gain them both by being a part of the Cosa Nostra He started as many young boys did running errands for the gangsters molding himself into a young bully with a future His first major problems with the police occurred when he tried to steal a cement mixer and it fell on his feet this injury affected his future for the rest of his life He quit school at sixteen and rose to leadership in a local street gang of thieves called the Fulton-Rockaway Boys named after two streets in their neighborhood At an early age he exerted his bad temper dominance and readiness to engage in fistfights This was just what he needed to develop his potential as Boss of the Moffia In the mid 1960s Gottis boss Carmine Fatico moved his headquarters out to Ozone Park near JFK Airport Gotti and his brothers Angelo and Willie became relatively successful hijackers They were hjacking for about 8 years untill they got caught in 1968 and were in jail untill 1972 When Gotti got out of prison He idmediatly went back to Ozone Park The headquarters had been renamed on the streets as The Bergin Hunt and Fish Club Two
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