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Frank Cullotta and Dennis Arnoldy talk about the 1981 Murders of Ron Scharff and Patricia Freeman

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This is a video interview of former mobster turned government witness Frank Cullotta, and his FBI Debriefer, Dennis Arnoldy. The interviewer is true crime author Dennis Griffin.

This is a video interview of former mobster turned government witness Frank Cullotta, and his FBI Debriefer, Dennis Arnoldy. The interviewer is true crime author Dennis Griffin.

In this video interview, true crime author Dennis Griffin interviews to Frank Cullotta, ;eader of the Hole in the Wall Gang.  Cullotta worked for Las Vegas boss for the Chicago Outfit, Tony Spilotro who was portrayed by Joe Pesci in the movie CASINO. Dennis Arnoldy, former FBI Agent who debriefed Cullotta about his involvement with Spilotro and the Chicago Outfit is also interviewed in this video. They were both asked about the 1981 murders of Ron Scharff, my father, and Patricia Freeman at our tavern the P.M. Pub in Lakemoor, Illinois.  Cullotta and Arnoldy forwared the information to the McHenry County investigators that it was Larry Neumann, another Hole in the Wall Gang member, that killed my father and Patricia Freeman. The investigators were very disinterested in the information that Arnoldy and Cullotta provided. Information that most law enforcement would solved these murders considering that Larry Neumann was already convicted of a triple convicted murder he committed in 1957 of a bar owner, a bar employee, and a newspaper vendor. Why didn’t they? Were they connected to the Chicago Outfit.

 

Denny Griffin co-authored the book “Cullotta: The Life of a Chicago Criminal, Las Vegas Mobster and Government Witness” with Frank Cullotta.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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