NEW PROOF MOB MURDERED JFK!
Godfather Giancana’s great-nephew ends clan’s 59-year silence
PRESIDENT John F. Kennedy was murdered in Dallas by Mafia hitmen working with accused gunman Lee Harvey Oswald, who was, indeed, played for a patsy, according to a relative of late Chicago mob boss Sam “Momo” Giancana, who arranged the job.
Giancana’s great-nephew Nicholas Celozzi is breaking the family’s code of omerta — or silence — in an explosive story being filmed under the title 2 Days/1963 by The Untouchables filmmaker David Mamet.
Celozzi says Giancana was furious with Kennedy for stopping the Bay of Pigs invasion that could’ve toppled Fidel Castro’s communist regime in Cuba.
Word is the Mafia helped finance JFK’s 1960 presidential campaign in return for the promise he’d oust
Castro so the racketeers could restore their cash-spinning Havana gambling casinos.
Insider Celozzi got his info from family members, including his Uncle Pepe, a bookie who was Sam’s little brother.
Pepe was tipped to the plot when Giancana asked him to chauffeur him around Chicago because the guys who normally drove him were in Texas, Celozzi squeals.
From conversations overheard at his brother’s mansion in Chicago’s Oak Park, Pepe worked out their task was to help Lee Harvey Oswald assassinate Kennedy, then ensure
Oswald did not live to talk, according to Celozzi. Oswald’s killer, Jack Ruby — who shot the fall guy in the basement of Dallas police headquarters — also had mob ties.
The others involved were Johnny “Handsome John” Roselli, a Vegas mobster and top marksman, and Charles “Chucky the Typewriter” Nicoletti, a vicious hitman who’d killed his own father at age 12. In 1964, the Warren Commission concluded Russian sympathizer Oswald was the lone assassin and killed Kennedy, firing three shots from a sixth-floor window of the Texas School Book Depository building as the president’s motorcade passed through Dallas’ Dealey Plaza.
But as GLOBE has reported, other investigators believe there were more shooters and the Mafia was involved. Now Celozzi’s confession confirms their suspicions.