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Saturday, 17 March 2012

Charles Carneglia — once the most feared hitman in the late John Gotti’s mob crew

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Charles Carneglia — once the most feared hitman in the late John Gotti’s mob crew — is now just a sorry gangster. Notorious for melting corpses in barrels of acid, the convicted killer recently felt a pang of remorse for the way he treated his lawyer. So he put his mea culpa in a letter. “I apologize for being, how can I say this, pushy, in the past,” Carneglia wrote in a letter to lawyer Beverly Van Ness. “I’m trying my best to cope with the situation. Again I apologize and I hope you forgive me.” The convicted killer had no apologies for his victims. Prosecutors said Carneglia, also known as “Charlie Carnig,” dissolved the body of Gotti’s doomed neighbor in acid then tossed the man’s finger bones into another gangster’s soup. The neighbor, John Favara, was killed after he accidentally killed Gotti’s 12-year-old son Frankie in a traffic accident. Carneglia, serving a life sentence for four gangland murders, is acting as his own lawyer in a new appeal. He was on a conference call to Brooklyn Federal Judge Jack Weinstein’s courtroom on Thursday. “How do you feel?” Weinstein asked. “Terrible. I can’t breathe,” Carneglia croaked, groaning that he suffers from pulmonary disease, emphysema and asthma. “I smoked for 50 years.” Carneglia’s latest argument is that his trial attorneys did a bad job because they didn’t take his advice to put him on the witness stand. He also said they failed to object to the questioning of jurors in a small room behind the courtroom. The questioning “reminded (Carneglia) of the ‘Star Chamber proceedings’ that he read about in school,” he wrote in court papers. Then-lawyer Kelly Sharkey told Carneglia to “hush” because she was trying to concentrate, he wrote. The judge told Carneglia he would rule on his motion shortly and asked him how he was being treated at the maximum security prison in Pennsylvania. “Comfortable as can be,” he said. “There’s a lot of security.” Evelyn Colon, the daughter of armored car guard Jose Delgado Rivera who was gunned down by Carneglia in a 1990 Kennedy Airport stickup, said she was glad to hear Carneglia is suffering. “Poor bastard,” Colon said. “I hope they will be taking him out soon in a body bag.”

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