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Johnny Sindacco is minor antagonist in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.
In 1992, he negotiated with Salvatore Leone the conditions for running the casino Caligula Palace in Las Venturas, Salvatore agreed to give his mafia five million dollars to invest in the casino, which began to lead together with Mafia Forelli. In exchange for money, he demanded a neutral person who would control this business.
He became Ken Rosenberg. He was later caught trying to destroy the delivery of the competitive Casino Four Dragons. Then Carl Johnson told him to tie him to the car bonnet, and then began to question him. After this incident, Johnny was hospitalized. Forreli wanted to use this situation to kill him, but they failed because CJ steals the ambulance on behalf of Ken Rosenberg and puts Johnny in the butcher's shop.
Later, Ken and Carl went to visit the butcher's shop. Johnny, who was moving in a wheelchair at the sight of CJ, died of a heart attack, triggering the Sindaccos to attack.
- Johnny Sindacco is one of the few characters in the entire series to die of natural causes, another being Jon Gravelli, who dies of old age.
- Johnny looks very similar to Christopher Moltisanti, Tony Soprano's nephew, from The Sopranos. It's possible that Johnny was intentionally modeled to look like him.
- Johnny Sindacco on the Grand Theft Auto Wiki