Federal agents investigating a hit in New York found a GPS tracking device under the victim's car, according to reports. was murdered at McDonald's in the Bronx in October. His 41-year-old son experienced an attempted execution of a gangster machine in July, which was captured by a camera.
Hit could have been ordered by Albanian mobsters trying to capture Zottola's Joker Poker rocket, according to the report. Five presumed members of Blood Blood Gang are accused of murder.
Defense attorneys complained to the court that the government's closure postponed the decision of the Ministry of Justice to seek death sentences when the case goes to court, the newspaper reports.
Newsday reported that the GPS device claim did not cause any comment from the defendants' lawyers in an open court hearing.
Debbie Zottola defended her father in an interview with the Bronx Times.
"He was a good man, not a good man, and a wise man, not a sage," she said.