By Debbi Wilgoren
Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, March 6, 2006; A01
The teenagers testified for hour after agonizing hour about their months of prostitution, quietly describing the tricks they turned on some of the District's and Maryland's seediest strips.
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Support for John Gotti, center, includes Victoria Gotti Albano, his niece, left; Angel Gotti, a sister; Victoria Gotti, a sister; and his mother, Victoria Gotti.
By ANEMONA HARTOCOLLIS
Call it the Soprano effect. To spectators at John A. Gotti's racketeering trial, it often seems as if life were imitating television, and that the airing of every intimate detail of the fictional mobster Tony Soprano's life has broken down a social code that once prevented real-life mobsters from exposing their private lives and peccadilloes, from girlfriends to illegitimate children, in public.
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Monday March 6, 2006
The Scottish newspaper the Sunday Mail reported that the child died after mistaking the sweet-tasting heroin substitute for a soft drink. It is unclear how he managed to open what should have been a childproof bottle top. Derek's mother, Lisa Dodds, and his father, Derek Doran, 22, are both methadone users and have been questioned by the police.
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