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The Sun reported "Who is Frank Cali? New York's Gambino mafia crime boss who was shot dead" on Thursday

[] The area was used as the location for fictional crime boss Don Corleone's compound in the 1972 film 'The Godfather' AP:Associated Press 5 Gambino family crime boss John Gotti leans back during a break in testimony in New York Supreme Court in Manhattan 1990 Getty - Contributor 5 Gotti had ordered the death of Paul Castellano, pictured dead on the sidewalk FRANK Cali was the crime boss of the New York Mafia’s Gambino family. Cali is the first high-ranking mobster to be “taken out” in the city since 1985. Here’s what you need t…

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New York crime boss Frank Cali shot dead The Gambino family was once considered the biggest organised crime group in the US, the New York Times reports, but began to decline after Gotti and other senior figures were jailed The attack came three months after Zottola's son, Salvatore Zottola, was also shot, but survived

Reputed boss of Gambino crime family shot dead in New York Francesco Franky Boy Cali, 53, was found with multiple gunshot wounds to his body at his home in the borough’s Todt Hill section just after 9pm on Wednesday evening His only mob-related criminal conviction came a decade ago, when Cali pleaded guilty in an extortion conspiracy involving a failed attempt to build a Nascar track on Staten Island He was sentenced to 16 months in federal prison and released in 2009

Gambino crime family boss Frank Cali shot dead at Staten Island home He was considered to be a foil of his former boss John Gotti because 'no one ever sees him' Gotti is believed to have ordered Castellano's assassination in 1985 Castellano is seen lying in a pool of his own blood after he was gunned down outside a steakhouse in Manhattan

Reputed Gambino crime boss shot and killed outside home in New York Read More Police say there are no arrests and the investigation is ongoing In 1985, Paul Castellano was executed as he arrived at Sparks Steakhouse in Manhattan Gotti and his turncoat underboss, Sammy Bull Gravano reportedly watched the action from nearby