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Gotti Confidant John Carneglia Officially a Free Man Tomorrow


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Ed Scarpo

Sunday, June 10, 2018

John Carneglia, who on December 16, 1985, allegedly fired the fatal shots that ended Paul Castellano's reign and paved the way for John Gotti's rise to the top of the Gambino crime family, will be released from a Residential Reentry management Field Office at 100 20th Street tomorrow.


John Carneglia back in his heyday.

That's according to the BOP locator site. He'd served 28 years in federal prison for heroin trafficking.

And despite his role in the 1986 hit in front of Sparks Steakhouse, Carneglia was never charged in the midtown Manhattan assassination, despite the fact that Gambino turncoat (and former underboss) Salvatore (Sammy Bull) Gravano fingered Carnigs in 1991 for shooting Big Paul. Sammy also fingered Gotti's brother, Gene, who also is due to depart prison, on September 5 of this year.

Carneglia and Gene Gotti were been found guilty of drug dealing in 1989. Prosecutors opted not to indict either of them for Castellano's murder, after both were convicted and sent away for 50 years apiece for running a multi-million drug ring.






Couple of point

1. at the 15 second mark we see Tony Sirico...aka Paulie Walnuts


2. We also see a reason why John Gotti was an idiot...the kind of idiot who give idiots a bad name.

"John Gotti was a thug. IQ maybe of a mothball. But a thug."

Joe Coffey


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