Cullotta The Life of a Chicago Criminal Las Vegas Mobster and Government Witness From burglary to armed robbery and murder infamous bad guy Frank Cullotta not only did it all in Cullotta he admits to it and in graphic detail This no holds barred biography chronicles the life of

  • Title: Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster, and Government Witness
  • Author: Dennis Griffin Frank Cullotta
  • ISBN: 9780929712451
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Paperback
  • From burglary to armed robbery and murder, infamous bad guy Frank Cullotta not only did it all, in Cullotta he admits to it and in graphic detail.This no holds barred biography chronicles the life of a career criminal who started out as a thug on the streets of Chicago and became a trusted lieutenant in Tony Spilotro s gang of organized lawbreakers in Las Vegas Cullotta sFrom burglary to armed robbery and murder, infamous bad guy Frank Cullotta not only did it all, in Cullotta he admits to it and in graphic detail.This no holds barred biography chronicles the life of a career criminal who started out as a thug on the streets of Chicago and became a trusted lieutenant in Tony Spilotro s gang of organized lawbreakers in Las Vegas Cullotta s was a world of high profile heists, street muscle, and information lots of it about many of the FBI s most wanted In the end, that information was his ticket out of crime, as he turned government witness and became one of a handful of mob insiders to enter the Witness Protection Program Frank Cullotta is the real thing, says Nicholas Pileggi in the book s Foreword, and in these pages, Cullotta sets the record straight on organized crime, witness protection, and life and death in mobbed up Las Vegas.

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    One thought on “Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster, and Government Witness”

    1. Good readGood mob story, it goes in depth about the life of Frank Cullotta and shows why he did what he did.

    2. Living in Chicago, I have listened to news stories about the Mob for years. So when I saw this book at an airport news stand, it looked like an interesting book for a 4 hour flight. Culotta was an enforcer and burglar for Las Vegas Mob boss, Tony Spilottro, in the 1960's-1980's. In and out of witness protection after turning into a FBI informant, he details his life and the gory deeds he performed. This book is not for everyone, but it certainly made me wonder how a person could live with himsel [...]

    3. This book was a great read, informative enough that I felt like I got something out of it afterwards but interesting and entertaining enough to keep me reading until the end. due to my personal encounter with the man the book was about I am unsure or how accurate the book is due to his chances of exaggerating but still wad a great educational and fun.

    4. The best part of this book is the character of Cullotta. He even says so, but had he chosen a life on the other side of the law, he no doubt would have been successful. Even as a killer and a criminal, he never compromised his internal values, which is rare. A fascinating life, and it's great he's no longer in hiding and is enjoying time with his daughter and grandkid.

    5. attended book's launch at Nevada State History Museum in Lorenzi Park, LV, with author and Culotta present -- as well as a tough ex-police-looking blonde who, I'm told, started out as Culotta's bodyguard but is now his main squeeze. lots of police in the audience.

    6. Not a great character study, but an amazing story nonetheless I'd recommend the iceman by Philip Carlo before this one tho.

    7. Good read about Frank Cullotta, head of the Hole-in-the-Wall Gang and Tony Spilotro's right hand man in Vegas.

    8. This is worth buying/reading just for his description of when he plays himself as a hitman towards the end of Casino.

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