Cosa Nostra's yellow ribbons

Maas, Peter
October 1992
Esquire;Oct92, Vol. 118 Issue 4, p99
Reminisces about the days when the Gambino crime family boss John Gotti used to hold court at the Ravenite Social Club in Manhattan's Little Italy. Gotti's rearranging of the club for security reasons; A yellow ribbon for Gotti; Gotti and the Feds; Unpopularity of John Jr.; Possibility of a successor to John Gotti; Ultimate disarray in a once powerful family.


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