: JMO but...
Is Johnny supposed to feel some great loyalty to all these people that set him up for their own purposes?!
Luke dug up the dirt on Johnny's past, then sold it for profit to Sonny, Johnny's greatest enemy, who then used it to humiliate Johnny and drive a deeper wedge between Johnny and Anthony.
Johnny told Connie over and over he wasn't going along with her scheme to get back at Sonny until Connie coerced him by crying wolf, knowing it would enrage Sonny into murdering Johnny.
Tracy tried to kill AZ twice that we know of, once by dropping a hair dryer into the tub and another time by rigging the garage door to crush him. That's called attempted murder and it is illegal.
Luke and Tracy were in the process of conspiring to get rid of AZ when the body showed up, then tried to cover it up to deflect guilt from themselves.
None of them gave a damn about Johnny when they were plotting against the Zaccharas.
Also, I think it's interesting that Heather Webber can commit murder and mayhem and get away with it in the eyes of the viewers, but for some reason Johnny, a mob kingpin, is held to a higher standard.
And, btw, I still don't think Johnny is the one that shot out the tires and caused the accident.