Ex-mobster Sammy ‘the Bull’: Cops should’ve drew their guns on Derek Chauvin and told him to get off Floyd’s neck

By Sky Palma, Dead State.

Sammy “the Bull” Gravano started his life of crime as a member of the New York street gang “The Rampers,” later becoming an associate of the Colombo crime family, and ultimately becoming the the underboss of the Gambino crime family under the infamous John Gotti. Now, with his criminal life behind him (allegedly), Gravano has reinvented himself as a podcaster, telling his life story on his YouTube channel which has blown up to over 347,000 subscribers as of this writing.

Gravano’s newfound celebrity and viral potential has other YouTube creators scrambling to interview him. Last week, financial commentator and Washington Times columnist Rick Amato scored a sit-down with Gravano, which was aired on his YouTube channel Politics and Profits in two parts.


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  1. I believe Gravano is absolutely correct. Derek Floyd should have been safely restrained, and he could easily have been if the three other cops had forced the issue.

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