Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano is arguably the most famous turncoat in the history of the American Mafia. When the Gambino crime family underboss flipped and agreed to testify against his boss John Gotti people were shocked. Even more so when, afterwards, he lived out in the open. He wrote a best-selling book and gave an interview to Diane Sawyer. That interview you can now view below in its entirety:
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