Listen Up: Frank Cullotta Talks to BBC, Audio Included

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Frank Cullotta, 1970s?
Sky Valley Chronicle Washington State News: "So what's Frank Cullotta doing these days in his golden years? At the age of 75 he's running five-hour bus tours in Las Vegas to the former murder scenes and other crime haunts he inhabited during his mobster years in Vegas. Back then Cullotta says his crew "controlled Las Vegas" on behalf of the Chicago mob. Now he says he wants to show visitors the reality of life as a mobster."

Cullotta gave the BBC Radio 5 show an interview about his new job that you can listen to here .

Gotta say, I wasn't impressed with the broadcaster; his questions, for the most part, were repetitive. Seems like he wasn't listening to Cullotta, just asking fabricated questions.

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