Skip to comments.Karen Gravano Says Mob Life Had Its Perks
Posted on 02/10/2012 10:35:50 AM PST by AtlasStalled
Mob Wives reality star Karen Gravano is releasing her memoirs Mob Daughter on Valentine's Day, and the families of victims murdered by her father ex-Gambino underboss Sammy the Bull are apoplectic as reported by John Marzulli for the Daily News:
"My brother was killed by Sammy, then he was killed again when he wrote his book and now he's being killed a third time in her book," said Roseanne Massa, whose brother Michael DeBatt was shot dead in 1987 on Salvatore Gravano's orders. "Having our family members killed over and over again is not a way to hold to our hearts the memories that we have."
In an interview with 20/20 which airs tonight at 10 pm Karen Gravano said that the mob life had its perks as reported by Gwen Gown for ABC News:
"You can walk in a restaurant and you were, you know, given the best table," she said. "Most of the time, your check was picked up. Gangsters are looked up to, especially in the neighborhoods that we grew up in."
But don't call Miss Gravano a "Mafia Princess" which she considers an offensive term.
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What kind of perks do you get for being a blogpimp?
These slugs are parasites. Mobsters should be given a long drop from a short rope.
They laugh at all us hard working,honest civilians. Their “Code of Honor” is a load of ballon juice. They say they never hurt anyone who doesnt deserve it, but they hurt us all with their rackets. When the mob gets their dirty little fingers into anything they stink it up.
They should all rot in hell.
She’s right it is offensive. That’s why I call Nancy Pulosi a Mafia Princess.
That may be, but the Mafia polo team was a bust because you can’t find the heads of their horses to put the bridle on.
The only difference between the mob and politicans is that one uses a gun the other the IRS or an equally horrible agency to punish anyone that gets out of line.
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