The Jan./Feb. 2012 issue of Nevada Magazine carries an interview with Huntington Press author/subject and notorious ex-Vegas mobster Frank Cullotta, who has been instrumental in advising the National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement, a.k.a. The Mob Museum, which is due to open Feb., 2012.
In May 2010, Las Vegas writer Eric Gladstone interviewed surviving mob member-turned-informant Frank Cullotta, on the occasion of his appearance for a discussion in Las Vegas. Cullotta, shown at left in 1981, was a key member of Anthony Spilotro’s infamous Hole in the Wall Gang. Following are excerpts from the interview, which can be read in its entirety at ecgladstone.com.
Q: This isn’t the first time you’ve made an appearance like this since coming out of the witness protection program. What do you get out of doing this?
A: The satisfaction of putting people on the right track, letting people know what it’s really about. They’re hearing it firsthand from a guy that’s been there, instead of seeing it in movies and all that baloney, ’cause half of that stuff is so much exaggerated.Click here to read the full interview.