Gotti's Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia

Gotti's Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia

George Anastasia

From the New York Times bestselling writer of Blood and Honor and The final Gangster—“one of the main revered crime newshounds within the nation” (60 Minutes)—comes the absolute to be headline-making inside of tale of the Gotti and Gambino households, advised from the original point of view of infamous mob hit-man John Alite, an in depth affiliate of Junior Gotti who later testified opposed to him.

In Gotti’s Rules, George Anastasia, a prize-winning reporter who spent over thirty years protecting crime, bargains a stunning and extremely infrequent glimpse into the Gotti kin, witnessed up-close from former kin insider John Alite, John Gotti Jr.’s longtime good friend and protector. in the past, not anyone has given up the type of own information about the Gottis—including the mythical “Gotti principles” of leadership—that Anastasia exposes the following. Drawing on huge FBI documents and different documentation, his personal wisdom, and specific interviews with insiders and specialists, together with mob-enforcer-turned-government-witness Alite, Anastasia pokes holes within the Gotti legend, demystifying this infamous kinfolk and its profitable and sometimes lethal machinations.

Anastasia bargains never-before-heard information regarding the murders, drug dealing, and extortion that propelled John J. Gotti to the pinnacle of the Gambino crime relations and the treachery and deceit that allowed John A. “Junior” Gotti to persist with in his father’s footsteps. informed from road point and during the eyes of a wiseguy who observed all of it firsthand, the result's a riveting examine a family members whose hubris, violence, ardour, and greed fueled a bloody upward push and devastating fall that remains reverberating throughout the American underworld today.

Gotti’s Rules comprises eight pages of black-and-white photographs.

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