The murdered head of the Gambino crime family was buried on Staten Island on Tuesday after a service attended by a little more than a dozen mourners — all under the watchful eye of authorities armed with high-powered cameras across the street.
Around 9:30 a.m., several cars including black Mercedes and a Chevy Suburban pulled up to the Scarpaci Funeral Home in Tottenville and drove around back for a service for Francesco “Franky Boy” Cali.
A pewter-gray Maserati Quattroporte remained in front of the funeral home as its male driver hopped out and went inside, leaving a woman dressed in black in the car.
Meanwhile, four unmarked black law enforcement cars were parked across the street, each with a male driver armed with a hand-held radio that they used to communicate with each other — and cameras with 500mm lenses about a foot wide.
Kompletan tekst pročitajte OVDJE.