Jon Arryn (im Original: Jon Arryn) ist ein Nebencharakter, der in "Der Winter naht", der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones auftaucht und unmittelbar verstirbt. Nicht jeder Fan von Game of Thrones war mit dem Finale der TV-Serie glücklich. Kit Harington hat jedoch das Ende seines Charakters Jon. Jon Schnee (im Original: Jon Snow), geboren als Aegon Targaryen, ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Er wird von Kit Harington.
„Game Of Thrones“: Darum tötete Jon Snow seine DaenerysNach der ersten Folge der achten Staffel von „Game of Thrones“ weiß Jon Snow, wer er wirklich ist. Die finale 8. Staffel GoT startete letzte Nacht. Und zwar mit einem großen Knall. Jon Snow erfährt bei "Game of Thrones" endlich, wer er wirklich. Jon Schnee (im Original: Jon Snow), geboren als Aegon Targaryen, ist ein Hauptcharakter ab der ersten Staffel von Game of Thrones. Er wird von Kit Harington.
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Gotti met his future wife, Victoria DiGiorgio, who was of half Italian and half Russian descent, at a bar in Gotti attempted to work legitimately in as a presser in a coat factory and as an assistant truck driver.
However, he could not stay crime-free and, by , had been jailed twice. As early as his teens, Gotti was running errands for Carmine Fatico , a capo in the Gambino family, then known as the Anastasia family under the leadership of boss Albert Anastasia.
Kennedy International Airport together with his brother Gene and friend Ruggiero. In February , United Airlines employees identified Gotti as the man who had signed for stolen merchandise; the FBI arrested him for that hijacking soon after.
Later that year, Gotti pleaded guilty to the Northwest Airlines hijacking and was sentenced to three years at Lewisburg Federal Penitentiary.
Gotti and Ruggiero were paroled in and returned to their old crew at the Bergin Hunt and Fish Club , still working under Fatico. Gotti was transferred to management of the Bergin crew's illegal gambling , where he proved himself to be an effective enforcer.
As a condition of his release, he could not associate with known felons. Gotti was not yet a made man in the Mafia due to the membership books' having been closed since due to the Apalachin meeting , but Fatico named him acting capo of the Bergin crew soon after he was paroled.
Dellacroce had already taken a liking to Gotti, and the two became even closer during this time. The two were very similar—both had strong violent streaks, cursed a lot, and were heavy gamblers.
After Emanuel Gambino, nephew to boss Carlo Gambino , was kidnapped and murdered in , Gotti was assigned to the hit team alongside Ruggiero and Ralph Galione in search for the main suspect, gangster James McBratney.
Gotti was identified by eyewitnesses and by a police insider, and was arrested for the killing in June After Gotti's death, he was also identified by Massino as the killer of Vito Borelli, a Gambino associate killed in for insulting then-acting boss Paul Castellano.
On October 15, , Carlo Gambino died at home of natural causes. Gambino appeared to believe that his crime family would benefit from Castellano's focus on white collar businesses.
Castellano arranged for Dellacroce to remain as underboss while directly running traditional Cosa Nostra activities such as extortion, robbery, and loansharking.
In , the membership books were reportedly reopened. Gotti tried to keep most of his family uninvolved with his life of crime, with the exception of his son John Angelo Gotti , who was a mob associate by In December , Gotti assisted in the largest unrecovered cash robbery in history, the infamous Lufthansa Heist at Kennedy Airport.
The NYPD recovered the van and lifted the fingerprints of several perpetrators of the robbery, helping to unravel the heist. On March 18, , Gotti's youngest son, year-old Frank Gotti, was run over and killed on a family friend's minibike by a neighbor named John Favara.
Gotti was indicted on two occasions in his last two years as the Bergin capo , with both cases coming to trial after his ascension to boss of the Gambinos.
In September , Gotti had an altercation with refrigerator mechanic Romual Piecyk, and was subsequently charged with assault and robbery. Attorney Diane Giacalone.
Gotti rapidly became dissatisfied with Castellano's leadership, regarding the new boss as being too isolated and greedy.
The boss lacked street credibility , and those who had paid their dues running street level jobs did not respect him. Gotti also had an economic interest: he had a running beef with Castellano on the split Gotti took from hijackings at Kennedy Airport.
Gotti was also rumored to be expanding into drug dealing , a lucrative trade Castellano had banned.
In August , Ruggiero and Gene Gotti were arrested for dealing heroin , based primarily on recordings from a bug in Ruggiero's house.
In , Castellano was arrested and indicted in a RICO case for the crimes of Gambino hitman Roy DeMeo 's crew. It has long been a rule in the Mafia that a boss could only be killed with the approval of a majority of the Commission.
Indeed, Gotti's planned hit would have been the first unsanctioned hit on a boss since Frank Costello was nearly killed in Gotti knew that it would be too risky to solicit support from the other four bosses, since they had longstanding ties to Castellano.
To get around this, he got the support of several important figures of his generation in the Lucchese , Colombo and Bonanno families.
He did not consider approaching the Genovese family ; Castellano's ties with Genovese boss Vincent "Chin" Gigante were so close that any overture to a Genovese soldier would have been a tipoff.
After Dellacroce died of cancer on December 2, , Castellano revised his succession plan: appointing Bilotti as underboss to Thomas Gambino as the sole acting boss, while making plans to break up Gotti's crew.
When DeCicco tipped Gotti off that he would be having a meeting with Castellano and several other Gambino mobsters at Sparks Steak House on December 16, , Gotti chose to take the opportunity.
Several days after the murder, Gotti was named to a three-man committee to temporarily run the family pending the election of a new boss, along with Gallo and DeCicco.
It was also announced that an internal investigation into Castellano's murder was underway. However, it was an open secret that Gotti was acting boss in all but name, and nearly all of the family's capos knew he had been the one behind the hit.
He was formally acclaimed as the new boss of the Gambino family at a meeting of 20 capos held on January 15, Identified as both Castellano's likely murderer and his successor, Gotti rose to fame throughout Gotti often smiled and waved at television cameras at his trials, which gained him favor with some of the general public.
When the trial began in March , Piecyk testified he was unable to remember who attacked him. The case was promptly dismissed, with the New York Post summarizing the proceedings with the headline "I Forgotti!
On April 13, , DeCicco was killed when his car was bombed following a visit to Castellano loyalist James Failla. The bombing was carried out by Victor Amuso and Anthony Casso of the Lucchese family, under orders of Gigante and Lucchese boss Anthony Corallo , to avenge Castellano and Bilotti by killing their successors; Gotti also planned to visit Failla that day, but canceled, and the bomb was detonated after a soldier who rode with DeCicco was mistaken for the boss.
Following the bombing, Judge Eugene Nickerson , presiding over Gotti's racketeering trial, rescheduled to avoid a jury tainted by the resulting publicity, while Giacalone had Gotti's bail revoked due to evidence of witness intimidation in the Piecyk case.
Jury selection for the racketeering case began again in August ,  with Gotti standing trial alongside his ex-companion William "Willie Boy" Johnson who, despite being exposed as an informant, refused to turn state's evidence  , Leonard DiMaria , Tony Rampino , Nicholas Corozzo and John Carneglia.
In the trial's opening statements on September 25, Gotti's defense attorney Bruce Cutler denied the existence of the Gambino family and framed the government's entire effort as a personal vendetta.
Despite Cutler's defense and critiques about the prosecution's performance, according to mob writers Jerry Capeci and Gene Mustain, when the jury's deliberations began, a majority were in favor of convicting Gotti.
However, due to Pape's misconduct, Gotti knew from the beginning of the trial that he could do no worse than a hung jury. He was labeled a traitor, and just about everyone at Castle Black had a go putting a knife in his gut.
Snow was too radical, or maybe too pragmatic, to lead an organization that was so rooted in dogma and tradition.
How his death happened was a surprise in the moment, but the act itself was expected. It looked like something was coming back.
We already knew Melisandre — a character with a good track of bending magic to her will — was at Castle Black at the time.
Following his father's example becomes more difficult as Jon faces challenges to his identity as a man, a Stark, and a brother of the Night's Watch.
Jon is a prominent point of view character in the novels, and has been called one of Martin's "finest creations".
But as much as he is a second-class Stark at home, initially his fellow recruits and brothers of the Watch set him apart as privileged and aloof.
Jon adapts, soon proving himself to be wise, compassionate, and a natural leader. Over the course of the series, Jon's loyalty to the Watch and its vows, his family, and even Westeros itself are tested as he becomes embroiled in the efforts of the wildlings from Beyond the Wall to force their way back into the Seven Kingdoms.
He lives among them as a spy for the Watch, sympathetic to their cause and becoming romantically involved with the tenacious Ygritte.
However he ultimately betrays them to defend The Wall. Later, as the newest Lord Commander of the Night's Watch, he pursues an alliance with the wildlings.
Several reviews of 's A Dance with Dragons noted the return to the narrative of Jon, Daenerys Targaryen and Tyrion Lannister , the three popular characters whom fans had missed most from the previous volume, A Feast for Crows.
You go from this total high of Jon giving this rousing speech about going after the evil Ramsay Bolton , to this utter low of his men turning against him.
Were they mistakes? I guess they were mistakes in some ways since they led to him losing control of part of his group. But it might have been wise and necessary decisions in terms of protecting the realm and dealing with the threat of the White Walkers.
You look back with benefit of hindsight at a battle that was lost and say, 'The losing general was such an idiot. Or an idiot for losing at Waterloo?
Partly I'm reacting to a lot of the fantasy that has come before this. These are hard decisions and each have consequences.
We're looking at Jon trying to take control of Night's Watch and deal with the wildlings and the threat beyond The Wall. The identity of Jon's mother has created much speculation among readers of the series, and guessing her identity was the test Martin gave Benioff and Weiss when they approached him in March about adapting his novels into a TV series.
Though the character is presented as the illegitimate son of Ned Stark,    David Orr voiced the doubt of some readers when he wrote in The New York Times in , "Jon Snow is presented as the illegitimate son of the Stark patriarch, although it's uncertain whether Stark is indeed his father.
I'm obviously not Jon Snow's dad. And you need that to be revealed at some point, don't you? As recounted by Ned in A Game of Thrones , at a tourney years before the events of the novel, Rhaegar had shown public favor to Lyanna in the presence of his own wife, the Dornish princess Elia Martell.
Aerys had Rickard and Brandon brutally executed for their insolence, inciting Ned and his friend Robert Baratheon , Lord of Storm's End and Lyanna's betrothed, to rebel against Aerys.
Living for a year in the Tower of Joy, they conceived a child—Jon. Rhaegar was killed in battle by Robert, and Lyanna died in childbirth.
HBO's Game of Thrones has included in its adaptation many of the "hints" identified by this theory. Lyanna makes him promise to protect her son—Jon.
One of Daenerys Targaryen 's dragons, Drogon, approaches Jon calmly and allows the King in the North to pet him, seemingly recognizing him as a Targaryen.
Jon Snow is first introduced in A Game of Thrones , as he and his five siblings adopt six orphaned direwolf cubs. Jon takes the runt of the litter, a white cub that he names Ghost.
Known by all as Ned Stark 's illegitimate son and with Ned's wife Catelyn despising him, Jon has always felt removed from the rest of the Stark family.
He resolves to join the Night's Watch , as his status as a bastard prevents him from holding lands or marrying into a good family, whereas a life in the Night's Watch would offer opportunities for advancement.
At The Wall , the other recruits resent Jon's aura of superiority, but he makes amends by helping them master swordplay.
He also befriends Samwell Tarly , a cowardly lordling who, despite being helpless with weapons, is keenly intelligent.
Jon's independence and his compassion for the recruits invite the ire of the harsh master-at-arms Alliser Thorne , who sees Jon as a threat to his authority.
Jon gains the notice of Lord Commander Jeor Mormont , who names Jon his personal squire and grooms Jon for command.
After a dead Night's Watch brother bought back from beyond the Wall reanimates as an undead wight, Jon saves Mormont's life by killing the creature.
In thanks, Mormont gives Jon House Mormont's ancestral sword Longclaw, made of Valyrian steel , with a wolf's head pommel custom-made for Jon.
However, Jon is torn between his vows to the Night's Watch and his loyalty to his family after learning of Ned's execution and his half brother Robb 's march south for justice.
Jon resolves to desert the Night's Watch and join Robb, but his friends convince Jon to remain loyal to his vows. Mormont is aware of Jon's attempt at desertion, but convinces Jon that the new threat beyond the Wall is more concerning than events in the south.
Mormont then orders a great ranging, with Jon accompanying him. In 's A Clash of Kings , Mormont leads a party of Night's Watch rangers beyond the Wall to investigate the disappearance of Jon's uncle Benjen , assess the intentions of the wildling leader Mance Rayder , and learn more of the threat posed by the Others.
Jon is sent out with a scouting party led by Qhorin Halfhand. On the journey, Jon comes upon a wildling lookout and takes the spearwife Ygritte captive; though told to kill her, Jon lets her escape.
Jon and Qhorin are subsequently captured by the wildlings. Facing execution by Mance's hand, Qhorin commands Jon to infiltrate the wildlings and learn their plans at any cost.
Jon pretends to disavow the Night's Watch, and the wildlings force him to fight Qhorin to the death to earn their trust. With Qhorin's silent consent, Jon kills him with the aid of Ghost.
As A Storm of Swords begins, Jon has infiltrated the wildlings and marches with their host. He learns that Mance Rayder intends to breach the Wall and march south to escape the Others, crushing the Night's Watch if necessary.
After climbing over the Wall with Ygritte, Jon deserts them to warn the Watch of the impending attack. He helps defend Castle Black against the wildlings' attack despite his injuries.
Ygritte is killed in battle, leaving Jon stricken with grief. Jon takes over Donal Noye's command of the Wall's defense after Noye is killed.
When Thorne and Janos Slynt arrive at Castle Black, they attempt to have Jon executed for desertion. Jon is freed after the judges are convinced of his loyalty but Thorne orders Jon to kill Mance under the pretense of parley.
As Jon negotiates with Mance, Stannis Baratheon arrives with his army and defeats the wildings. Stannis offers to legitimize Jon and declare him Lord of Winterfell if he will align the North with Stannis.
Though greatly tempted by the prospect of becoming a true Stark , Jon ultimately chooses to remain loyal to his Night's Watch vows.
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Carhartt's Iconic Watch Hat Is For Everyone. Jon hesitates between betraying Ygritte or leaving the Night's Watch, eventually realizing that he must escape and warn Castle Black of the upcoming attack.
When Jon refuses Styr's orders to kill an old man at abandoned Queenscrown , Ygritte kills the man instead.
The wildlings are then attacked by the direwolf Summer , unaware that it is due to the efforts of Jon's half-brother Bran Stark , who is hidden in the village's tower.
Jon manages to escape in the confusion on a horse, but not before taking an arrow in the leg. Meanwhile, Robb Stark , the King in the North , marches from Riverrun to the Twins for the wedding of Lord Edmure Tully to Roslin Frey.
Robb believes his siblings Bran, Rickon , and Arya Stark are dead, and he does not want Winterfell and the north to fall into House Lannister 's hands following Tyrion Lannister 's marriage to Sansa Stark.
Against the objections of his mother, Catelyn Stark , Robb legitimizes Jon as his heir, according to a semi-canon source.
Edric Dayne , Lord of Starfall and a member of the brotherhood without banners , tells Arya that he is Jon's milk brother, as they shared the same wet nurse , Wylla.
A barely-conscious Jon warns Mole's Town and Castle Black and is tended to by Maester Aemon. Grenn and the maester gently break the news to Jon that Bran and Rickon have allegedly died at the command of Theon Greyjoy.
All of the raiders are killed, including Ygritte, who dies in a grief-stricken Jon's arms after having been shot with an arrow by another Night's Watch brother.
When Mance attacks, Donal has Jon command from atop the Wall while the blacksmith descends to defend the gate. After Donal is killed by Mag Mar Tun Doh Weg , Jon reluctantly takes command of the Wall's defenses, after prompting from Master Aemon.
Jon successfully holds the Wall against overwhelming odds for several days. Upon the arrival of Ser Alliser Thorne and Lord Janos Slynt at Castle Black, Jon is arrested for his earlier defection and thrown in an ice cell , where he is threatened with execution for his desertion and the murder of Qhorin Halfhand.
They therefore force him to make an assassination attempt on Mance during a parley, hoping he will be killed there instead.
During the negotiations, Mance states that he has the Horn of Winter , which he claims will cause the Wall to collapse. He reveals that he only had the wildlings attack the Wall not to conquer, but to escape the Others.
The King-Beyond-the-Wall then offers Jon the Horn of Winter if the Night's Watch allows the wildlings to safely pass through to south of the Wall, but Mance states that they will not yield to the lords or their laws.
Before Jon can attack Mance or destroy the Horn, however, the knights of Stannis Baratheon and rangers of Cotter Pyke appear.
During the battle beneath the Wall , Jon guards Mance's tent while Val helps her sister Dalla give birth. Jon's defense of the Wall earns him popular support and his release from imprisonment.
Jon meets with Stannis, who tells him that if he recognizes Stannis as king, he will legitimize Eddard Stark 's son and make him Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell , and marry him to Val in order to gain support of the north and the free folk.
Jon realizes that if he bends the knee to Stannis he would then have to allow Melisandre , Stannis's red priestess , to burn the heart tree in the godswood of Winterfell.
Meanwhile, due to the efforts of Samwell Tarly , an unknowing Jon has been offered as a compromise candidate between rival factions for the post of Lord Commander of the Night's Watch ,  as Jeor Mormont had been slain in the mutiny at Craster's Keep.
Jon takes up residence in Donal Noye 's old quarters, and he institutes mandatory archery practice for all black brothers at Castle Black. Jon sends Samwell Tarly to the Citadel to train as Castle Black's next maester, sending Aemon, Gilly , Mance's child, and Dareon with Sam.
In King's Landing , Queen Regent Cersei Lannister is outraged to learn of Jon's appointment as Lord Commander of the Night's Watch , as he has given Stannis Baratheon shelter.
The small council agrees that Jon must be removed from command. Grand Maester Pycelle suggests informing the Watch that the crown will send no more men to the Wall until Jon is removed.
Cersei is delighted with Qyburn 's suggestion to send a hundred recruits with secret orders to remove Jon. When Ser Jaime Lannister offers that Ser Brynden Tully join the Night's Watch to end the siege of Riverrun , Brynden refuses, citing the distrust of his niece Catelyn for Jon.
Lord Godric Borrell tells Lord Davos Seaworth that according to tales of the Vale , Jon's mother was a fisherman's daughter who had helped Lord Eddard Stark reach the Three Sisters during Robert's Rebellion.
Jon cedes the Nightfort to King Stannis Baratheon , whose men also occupy Castle Black. Jon is continually harassed by the queen's men , such as Ser Godry Farring  and Ser Clayton Suggs.
Jon rebukes all demands from Stannis to settle his men within the Gift , claiming that the land and the other unoccupied castles along the Wall as belonging to the Night's Watch.
Jon remembers the parting words of Maester Aemon to "kill the boy and let the man be born," the same advice Aemon had given when his younger brother ascended the Iron Throne as Aegon V Targaryen.
Jon orders Janos Slynt , who had participated in the beheading of Lord Eddard,  to garrison the abandoned Greyguard , but Janos refuses.
After Janos continues to refuse the Lord Commander, Jon orders him hanged for his insubordination. Jon then recalls the laws of the First Men and his father, however, and instead beheads Janos himself, using Longclaw to carry out the sentence.
This increases Stannis's respect for Jon and cements his new position.