According to the new book from John Alite and George Anastasia called Gotti’s Rules: The Story of John Alite, Junior Gotti, and the Demise of the American Mafia an FBI memo confirms that Junior Gotti took part in a proffer session in which he fingered his dad and two other Gambino crime family mobsters in murders. The long buried five page memo is reprinted in the book and refutes claims by Junior that he never cooperated with authorities. The FBI reports shows that Daniel Marino a Gambino capo was implicated by Junior in one murder along with mob associate Jospeh Watts in two murders including one murder with his father.
According to Anastasia in the book Gotti’s Rules Junior never signed a cooperation deal but it didn’t stop him from giving the feds plenty of information. Asastasia writes that he supplied information on corrupt politicians and cops, murders, and the Gambino families influence at the time in the Queens District Attorney’s Office. Gotti attorney Charles Carnesi that the information provided in the book was old news happening over 10 years ago and nothing ever came of it and his client never testified against anyone even though he went through four trials of his own after that proffer session.
Now Junior Gotti denies virtually every claim made by Alite in the book Gotti’s Rules and has put out his own version of the story in his own ebook Shadow of My Father. But Anastasia writes that even though Junior is busy denying so many things Alite on the other hand has tried to deny very little and his version of these events marked his life not to mention the feds adopted the Alite version when putting him on the witness stand. Although it has to be noted that Alite was not a very impressive witness and did little damage against Junior at trial.