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17 people share the moment they realized their family was involved in organized crime.

17 people share the moment they realized their family was involved in organized crime.

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Some people choose a life of organized crime. While others are born into it. Those falling into the latter category at some point have a moment of reckoning when they realize something is a bit "different" about their family.

In a Reddit thread, these 17 people (protected by the anonymity of Reddit) share the moments they realize their families weren't living by the law:

1.) From superawesomepossum:

When I was little my parents grew tomatoes, we had several long green houses full of tomato plants behind our house. It wasn't until a few years ago I was talking to my sister and she asked me if I could remember ever eating or even seeing a tomato come from those plants. ohhhhh.......

2.) From [deleted]:

My dad came home with a pretty bad hole in his shoulder and told me to dump rubbing alcohol on it. He said he tripped, but the hospital was "too expensive".

That and I didn't recognize the truck he came home in.

Sources: Reddit
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