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Gotti Hitman Pleads Guilty to Arranging Murder of Executive Who Was Suspected Snitch

By Allan Lengel
ticklethewire.com

On Thursday, the day 127 people were charged in the largest Mafia roundup in FBI history, a hit man for the late mob Godfather John Gotti pleaded guilty in federal court in New York to arranging the Sept. 11, 1989 murder of a Staten Island businessman Gotti suspected was a snitch, the New York Daily News reported.

Joseph Watts, a member of the Gambino crime family,  admitted to plotting to kill Fred Weiss, a former Staten Island Advance editor and m0b-connected trash-hauling executive, who Gotti thought was cooperating with the FBI, the paper reported.

“I conspired and agreed with others to murder Fred Weiss to prevent him from cooperating with the government,” Watts told Federal District Judge Colleen McMahon, according to the Daily News.

The Daily News reported that Watts had put together a team of killers to take Weiss out. The paper reported that one hit team failed but another team didn’t the very next day.

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