A mobster who once belonged to the Lukeze family in New York recently claimed it was an ‘intervention’ by his dead grandparents, which gave him the final impetus to betray his former collaborators and to subsequently introduced to the FBI.
Foreign media write that John Penizi described in Gary Jenkins podcast, the message he received from his dead grandparents when faced with the dilemma of whether or not to talk to the FBI.
He found out he was at his home on Long Island praying in front of a photograph of his deceased grandparents, seeking their advice on whether or not he should become a service informant. At that moment, pots, pans, and glasses began to move throughout the house.
“Everything was shakingThe former mobster told the podcast, adding that it was the “sign” that persuaded him to surrender to agents of the US Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Penizi explained that in the past he had noticed strange movements by members of the Lukeze family and said he suspected these individuals were behind the attacks he had received from other gangs. The suspicions that he was being watched and that there was a plot to get out of the way were reinforced by the confused messages he received from the then head of the family, Michael “Big Mike” De Sandis.
When a cousin first mentioned the idea that he could be brought in as an FBI informant, he immediately rejected it.
The mobster’s son, who had been deprived of his father during the 17 years he had spent in prison, pressured Peniz to go to the FBI the next day. He agreed to go, but spent the next three days in poor psychological condition.
When Monday came, he decided to pray to his grandparents for guidance, and that was when he received the decisive “sign” for his fate.
“I have not lived near a train station. No planes flew over the house. There was no earthquake. Gary, I swear, there were different wine glasses and containers in the house. Everything was shocked. I called my mother and made her hear the noise. Hold for minutes. She asked me “what is this” and I replied that I prayed to my grandparents and that everything in the house started to shake. I still have no explanation for what happened. “That was the sign that convinced me to go.” declared Penizi.
Two lawyers representing the criminals, whom former mobster Penizii spoke out against, said they should have been given the opportunity to ask the witness questions about these bizarre experiences in court.
“It is unforgivable that the defense of the accused was not informed about all these paranormal phenomena, which he claims were the cause of his cooperation with the FBI. “If this information, like other recent revelations from Peniz, had been released by the government, no jury would have taken his testimony seriously.” said Anthony Di Pietro, lawyer for convicted mobster Steven Wonder Crea.