The most interesting TV program you will ever see *possible spoilers*
*spoiler alert* His reign was legendary. His style unparalleled. His fame unmatched. From his street thug beginnings to his crowning as the King of the Volcano, John Gotti was in a class by himself. Hailed as the most popular mobster of the century he even graced the cover of Time Magazine in a painting done by Andy Worhol. He murdered the Boss of his Mafia family and took over to become a media sensation. Strutting around in $2,000 Brioni suits and calling himself a plumbing supply salesman, he was immune to government efforts to convict him and enjoyed the support of the press and the citizens of New York. He is now gone due to throat cancer part of history but he won't be forgotten anytime soon. His imprisonment marked the end of the Golden Age of Gangsterism and the rapid decline in the fortunes and power of the Gambino Family. And don't forget to watch "Gotti" featuring Armand Assante and the A&E specials "The Families" on New York's Five major LCN crime families they are all priceless treasures.
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