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John Gotti's Family Mafia family english documentary part 1

John Gotti's Family   Mafia family english documentary part 1
he's the body we know what they're all about prosecutors say my father was the biggest crime boss in the nation some empire of dirty money and power built on racketeering and murders if you really want to know what

John

Gotti

was like you need to talk to my

family

we lived this life I think I realized early on that my

family

wasn't like other families growing up my parents tried to hide a lot of things from me from all of us I think you grow up scared anxious all the time I used to get up as a young boy and I used to get excited when I would go and see that my father was alive but I would hear him snore I know he made it home we didn't talk back to my father we didn't ask him oh did you kill anyone I didn't know his life I didn't know his lifestyle you know they're gonna try and keep you in jail honestly I was just a kid that wanted to love his father the public saw my father right out of central casting he looked the

part

acted the

part

he's a rat he tells lies he was the poem the real-life Godfather people treated him like he was the second coming of Christ it was very very difficult for me to look into these crimes that he was accused of committing I was angry at everybody for lying to me I believe now that my father was this big boys yes I do now should I lie and say I don't love him we loved him give me a kiss thank you and that's really all we should have been held accountable for we just want to move on

John

Jr

Gotti

is again...
john gotti s family mafia family english documentary part 1
on trial if convicted he could face life behind bars come on enjoy your families my brother

John

's life is on the line like my father that's his kid

John

was a player in that world guns drawn New York City police ruled in on

John

Gotti

Jr but

John

is not in that courtroom I believe that it's the last name

Gotti

it's definitely dad he'll be back be nice the father your brother we shouldn't have to pay what he did was what he did does not mean that a child has to answer for father sins now it's time to set the record straight no one knows

John

Gotti

better than his

family

does for nobody and we're ready to talk about it we're ready to talk about him finally our father the Godfather the season premiere of 48 hours mystery you the Mystery Continues in 90 seconds they are images the public has never seen before the private treasured photographs and home videos belonging to the children of mob boss

John

Gotti

a man who once ran the largest organized crime syndicate in the country a man convicted of multiple counts of murder you don't want to believe it and when you love that person it makes it so much more hard for the first time the

Mafia

chieftains daughters Victoria and angel and his son Peter are talking openly about the life they've always kept secret and no question is off limits how difficult is it to accept that your own father either directly or indirectly kill people when you choose that life I think you know what you're...
john gotti s family mafia family english documentary part 1
signing on for I think he knew going in what was expected of him what he would have to do what it would cost him and I don't think he cared I think that all goes along with that life and what do you call it the life because mostly it is called the life no one ever says I'm in the mob no so is the life

John

Gotti

's youngest daughter Victoria has never spoken about the life publicly but in her new book this

family

of mine she's finally talking about what it was really like growing up Gaudi why have you decided now to write a tell-all he got personal I woke up one day and said enough Sanath there were so many things that had to be addressed as far as rumors lies gossip Victoria talked to her father about the possibility of the book before he died if you ever write that book he said you write it as your life and one thing I asked that you do don't you ever look to make me out to be an altar boy because I wasn't but when Victoria and her siblings were children it's clear that

John

Gotti

never wanted them to know that side of him he just took everything to another extreme I remember getting excited about going to see the Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center he would talk for a half an hour 45 minutes about how he just wanted to get them chestnuts you can't even find roasted chestnuts anymore but he was so excited he would talk like a little kid he was very funny people don't know that he was very funny but mixed in with the fun were the lies what...
john gotti s family mafia family english documentary part 1
were you told that your father did for a living he told me that he worked with a construction crew I would ask him where he was going he was going off to some building some school some office building something they believed him but the truth was that all

John

Gotti

had ever wanted to be was a mobster he grew up one of eleven children raised in Brooklyn by an abusive father and an overwhelming embrace a life of crime and violence working for local gangsters and building a rap sheet this is where he came from these men were the men that were respected this was something he saw early on in and made up his mind that this was what he was going to do this is what he was going to be and he never saw anything wrong in that in 1958 the future dawn was in a local bar where he met Victoria DiGiorgio he was instantly smitten their affair produced a daughter angel and in 1962 they were married God he didn't earn much as a low-level mobster and they struggled they were faced with eviction month after month after month later that year Victoria was born mom went into labor unexpectedly I was early mom she said they basically said to your father you can come back and pick up mother and child when you pay the bill and at this point they had no monies he comes back late late that night literally broke into the hospital he scoops me up he helped my mother down the stairs they hobbled out they had about a good 13 block walk he was freezing I mean didn't have money for a cab nothing not a...
bus ride and he walked me home and he years and years later you know claim that we bonded you know during that walk two years later the

Gotti

s son

John

was born followed by Frankie despite the needs of his growing

family

gadi spent most of his time out of the house getting into trouble there was often no money I do remember them fighting a lot when I was growing up when I was younger she always was fearful of the uncertainty in 1968 Victoria was just in grade school when her father was convicted for hijacking cargo from Kennedy Airport and then sent to a federal penitentiary in Pennsylvania for nearly three years as strange as it sounds his children had no idea their father was in prison even when they went to visit him we used to go to prisons to see him and my uncle would be in the same prison and we really did not know that he was in prison how does her mother explain to were very well tell us he was working I remember driving to Pennsylvania and there would be the big giant wall and we'd say you know why is that wall oh he built that wall Wow he knocked out big wall uncle Angelo - yeah Colangelo - we believe that when they were home in Brooklyn Victoria tried to be just like all the other kids but at the age of seven it became painfully clear to her that she just wasn't I went to school and we had a an essay you know who our heroes were most kids chose their fathers I chose my father too and I wrote my dad is the construction worker and he builds tall buildings...
and so I took my place in the front of the room and I started to read this report and there was a young girl on the back and she yelled out her father's not you know a construction worker her father's a jailbird he's in jail she had heard it from her parents at the dinner table she blurted everything she could out but he has gone to jail before that he wasn't coming home I remember just standing there and out of that room and it was like wow you know what is she talking about but it made sense to me and I remember the class laughing at me and I got so upset so nervous that I just peed on the floor and I'll never forget the teacher she made me in front of the kids get on my hands and knees and clean up the mess Victoria asked her mother for the truth I said to her something like his daddy really in jail what did she say she had said to me sometimes people do bad things sometimes they need to pay for these things that they do and I remember looking at her and saying where is my father is he in jail or is he working and she looked at me and she said he is in jail those words I remember they just wanted me for days nights weeks months while I kept hearing my mother's words he is in jail and the charade was finally over learning that her father was in jail was Victoria

Gotti

's first indication that he lived a secret life I would lay awake nights and cry a lot thinking you know is my dad gonna come home is he kind of go to jail young was it gonna get...
killed she was right to be afraid outside their home

John

Gotti

lived in a violent world Staten Island 1973

Gotti

was sent to do a personal favor for The Godfather himself Carlo Gambino his orders fired the man thought to be involved in the kidnapping and murder of his nephew at snoops bar

Gotti

and his

part

ners confronted James McBratney who was shot and killed although he was not the triggerman Gaudi went back to prison this time for attempted manslaughter by the time you reach your early teens your father had either been incarcerated or on the lam for nearly half your life yes I loved the man but I loved the life but the McBratney hit was a big break in God his career when he was released from prison in 1977 he was officially inducted into the life becoming a made man in the

Mafia

he had earned his way he had earned his keep and that really started his rise in that life living that life meant more time spent out of the house either in his headquarters called a social club or out on the town Gatti's wife Victoria didn't like it one bit she would do crazy things my mother you know she you know one time she sent his um wot to his club to say not come home yeah Asia clothes take them when they weren't fighting the

Gotti

s were enjoying the fruits of his newfound status they were now living at this house in Howard Beach Queens angel was 18 when she first got an inkling of how others really saw her father and I was dating someone and he was from Ozone Park and he said...
to me um you know your father's really he's feared and I didn't understand it and you know I didn't we didn't see that all the gaudy children even Peter the youngest would have a moment when they discovered their father had a reputation cuz I was 12 years old time and remembered I had a crush school crush on a young girl and so I go and I asked her out and she said I would love to go with you but my dad said I'm not allowed your

family

are very bad people and when I had gotten home I started