Cosa Nostra News: Mob Life in New York's Five Families Circa 1997
Andrew DiDonato's downfall was well under way before he finally realized his boss and cohorts were sizing him for a body bag.
Andrew was a shrewd character and his experience taught him how to find the traps. This was a skill acquired quickly by Mafia associates who plan on living a long life -- or at least associates who took to the life with DiDonato's vigor. He was a cowboy: an earner and a shooter.
It is only by the grace of God he never killed anyone. Andrew is very much aware of this and thanks God to this day that he never crossed that line.
That's interesting that he's aware of it and thanks God. Sounds like an astute individual.