The famous boss of the Gambino crime family in New York, who was shot in front of his home, tried to hide under his own jeep during the shooting, according to new reports.
Police reported on Thursday that they were reviewing the video surveillance camera for the attack on Francesco "Frankie Boy" Kali, 53, who was shot on Wednesday night in a red-bricked colonial-style house in a quiet Stathane neighborhood. The gunman took a pickup, the police said. No immediate arrests were made.
"In my opinion, what happened was that Mr. Cali was hit several times by shooting. Reaching out of extra shooting, they escaped to the rear of their private car, and someone might have thought it was over, but he was trying to sneak under the truck to escape shooting, Detective Chief Dermot Shea said. at a press conference, as reported by The New York Post.
The gangster left his home at about 21
The video showed that the striker pulled a 9 mm pistol and opened fire on Kalle about a minute after they started talking, according to Shea. At least 12 shots were fired. After being shot several times, Kaley tries to crawl under his jeep to hide, Shay said.
Cadri show that Cali has been pulled from his house after a pickup has returned to the jeep, forcing the registration number to be
WOMEN'S GOSPELS ON THE VIER PURPOSE OF THE TARGET BUILDING, GLASSED $ 200 Aggressive federal prosecutions over the past 25 years have destroyed the ranks of the five Mafia families in New York. Cases lead to lengthy prison terms for their bosses-part of Kali's pre-eminence before the 1980s, John Gotti and encouraged their heirs to keep a lower profile.
The new generation still deals with old school crimes – lending, gambling, extortion – which can cause enemies and sparks of bloodshed.
Shea said there was a slight influx of supposed mob-related violence in New York in the last year.
But he said it was too early to say
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Federal prosecutors refer to Kali in court cases in recent years as a subordinate of the Gambino family of the Mafia, once one of the most powerful and scared criminal organizations in the country.
The last Mafia boss in New York was Gambino Don "Gallon Paul" Castellano, killed in the Gothic direction as he was leaving a black limousine outside Gotti then took control of the family.
Associated Press contributed to this report.
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