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Meet John Alite, Former Mafia Hit Man, who testified in the Gotti Jr. Trial

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John Alite’s story is truly unique. It is an inside look at the treacherous, double-dealing and corrupt world of the American Mafia in the 21st century. You want honor and loyalty, watch The Godfather. You want reality, talk to John Alite.

John Alite was a murderer, drug dealer and thug.  After learning his lessons the hard way, he has turned his life around and is now a bestselling author, crime consultant expert, performance coach, and keynote speaker.

Over the course of a twenty-five-year career as a gangster he brutalized people, stabbing them, shooting them, beating them with clubs, blackjacks and baseball bats. He’s not proud of that, but he doesn’t try to hide from it either. It’s who he was.

But it’s not who he is.  At least that’s his position today as he tries to put his life back together, a former mob associate and hitman trying to live a normal life, trying to figure out how he got off track and trying to get back on.

But not everyone is believes in him. Not everyone believes he is the real deal. Some are cautioning us not to be fooled. Exactly what is the truth? Can the worst of us change and become one of the best of us? If so, what can bring on that type of change? Can it last? Will the past slowly creep up, grab his coat tail and drag him back into a lifestyle he wants to leave behind? 

Well, on today's show, you will meet the man, himself. The man who worked with John Gotti Jr. and who testified in his trial. We will also meet Theresa Racine of XtremeMeasures.com, who is working with Mr. Alite on a program designed to help end Bullying across America. She believes in Mr. Alite and says he is the perfect man for the job.

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