Frank Cullotta Dead : Frank Cullotta cause of Death – obituary – tribute
- Date of death: August 20, 2020
- Age: 81 year old
- Cause of death: COVID-19
How did Frank Cullotta die?
Ex-mobster Frank Cullotta, member of the “Hole in the Wall Gang,” dies in Las Vegas.
Frank Cullotta, the former mobster who helped break the Chicago Mafia’s grip on Las Vegas, has died. He was 81.
Geoff Schumacher, vice president of exhibits and programs for the Mob Museum, said Cullotta died about 12:50 a.m. Thursday at an area hospital. He had COVID-19 as well as other medical issues, Schumacher said.
Cullotta, a cold-blooded killer who turned government witness, figured prominently in the Review-Journal’s “Mobbed Up: The Fight for Las Vegas” serial podcast, which was created in partnership with the Mob Museum.
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Frank Cullotta tributes
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The Mob Museum wrote;
Frank Cullotta, leader of the infamous Hole in the Wall Gang burglary ring in Las Vegas, died early Thursday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 81.
Frank Cullotta, leader of the infamous Hole in the Wall Gang burglary ring in Las Vegas, died early Thursday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 81. https://t.co/vmTgGXHnkw
— The Mob Museum (@TheMobMuseum) August 20, 2020
Joshua Crompton wrote;
Chicago Outfit gangster, legendary Vegas mobster/informant Frank Cullotta has died. #Cullotta was an advisor on the movie Casino, in which Frank Vincent’s character was based
Chicago Outfit gangster, legendary Vegas mobster/informant Frank Cullotta has died. #Cullotta was an advisor on the movie Casino, in which Frank Vincent’s character was based pic.twitter.com/AoQXIZ9ovx
— Joshua Crompton (@PhillyNewsGuy) August 22, 2020
RIP Mr. Frank Cullotta. I really was hoping to go on your tour when all this shit was over. #OG #HoleintheWallGang
— DCCII (@DCCIIDCCII) August 20, 2020
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