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John Gotti was known to some as the most prestigeous fathers of the mafia family who went from rags to riches while others feel that he weaseled his was to the top You are about to hear the life of John Gotti from his birth in New York to his becoming the head of the largest Mafia family in history John Joseph Gotti was born into one of the poorest families in New York on October 27 1940 His father was a garbage man and his Mother didnt work John was the youngest of five children As a child Johns scared many of his teachers He was described as having an uncontrollable temper and behavioral problems two traits in which he would one day value He was constantly getting into fights with older boys who tried to take his lunch money He soon got the reputation as one of the boys you didnt want to mess with especially after fracturing an older boys skull in the classroom Gotti soon began running with smalltime gangs at the age of twelve After noticing a mobster named Albert Anastasia he created a street gang called the Fulton Rockaway Boys Then at the age of 16 he dropped out of school and began to model his life after Anastasia He got the job as debt collector in his gang He was required to bust a lot of people and do what it took to get the money back This eventually got him noticed by Angelo Bruno who was a soldier in Anastasias crew John was later requested by Bruno and asked to do many odd jobs for him In 1957 Carlo Gambino had Johns role model Albert Anastasia killed yet he took John in as his apprentice at the age of twenty John soon got married at the age of 21 to Victoria DiGiorgio and had four children He then began getting into trouble and spending
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