JOHN GOTTI MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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JOHN GOTTI MYSTERY SWEATSHIRT

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John Joseph Gotti Jr.(October 27, 1940 – June 10, 2002) was an Italian-American gangster who became boss of the powerful Gambino crime family in New York City. 

THE RAVENITE SOCIAL CLUB: was a club in Little Italy, which Gotti picked for his headquarters. The apartment he owned upstairs was wired taped by the FBI and on December 11, 1990, FBI agents and NYPD detectives raided the Ravenite, arresting Gotti.

THE DAPPER DON: He was known as “The Dapper Don” due to his love for expensive clothes and his outspoken, flamboyant personality in front of the cameras. Following three high-profile trials in the 1980s – of which he was all acquitted – he was given the nickname “The Teflon Don”.

 FULTON-ROCKAWAY BOYS: Gotti was involved in street gangs associated with New York City mafiosi from the age of twelve. After leaving school, he devoted himself to working with the Mafia-associated Fulton-Rockaway Boys gang, where he met and befriended fellow future Gambino mobsters Angelo Ruggiero and Wilfred "Willie Boy" Johnson.

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