Relatives of late mobster John Gotti can rest easy: He ain't going nowhere.
A construction company, Durante Brothers, sought permission to sell the assets of St. John's Cemetery in Queens to satisfy a $500,000 judgment. The company listed the main gate, two office buildings, the machine shop, garage and equipment -- but not tombstones and graves -- the New York Daily News reported. [Link]The Find a Grave listing for St. John's shows it to be the final resting place of many famous mafiosi, like Vito Genovese and Salvatore "Lucky Luciano" Lucania. Lesser members of their "families" may be found interred in vacant lots throughout New Jersey.