John Gotti -- Life Behind Bars | 2000
John Gotti has been considered the modern-day Al Capone as part of New York City's infamous Gambino crime family. The American public continualy saw him strutting the streets in expensive Brioni suits, surrounded by high-priced lawyers and bodyguards during his highly publicized trials. Many considered Gotti untouchable, therefore calling him the "Teflon Don." But this "Teflon Don" has barely been seen or heard from since he was sentenced to life in prison in 1992. What is life like for John Gotti behind bars? Who does he see and talk to? What is he reading? Does he still act as the godfather of the Gambino crime family from one of the most secure prisons on Earth? That's what the government suspected, so they set up surveillance cameras of John Gotti in jail, and those tapes are revealed and analyzed in the program.