BEFORE he squealed about him to the feds, notorious hitman and stool pigeon Sammy “The Bull” Gravano was ready to rub out Mafia boss John Gotti — after the “Teflon Don” double-crossed him with plans to rat him out to authorities!
In his first video interview since a 1997 chat with ABC’s Diane Sawyer, the 74-year-old thug — who put Gotti away by singing to the FBI — revealed the murder plans he’d hatched before he flipped and tied his old godfather to a slew of slayings.
“Here’s my best f**king friend, my boss,’’ he says of Gotti, who got a life sentence and died in the slammer at 61 of throat cancer in 2002.
“I did so many things for this guy — I rigged the trials, I threatened people, I f**king bribed people, and he turns on me.
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November 11, 2019