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John Gotti Clenched Fist It was early evening on December 16 1985 The sidewalks were jammed with people who had just flooded out of the many office buildings around East 46th Street between Second and Third Avenue Some rushed home from work eager to get out of the wintry gloom others were lured by the strings of brightly colored lights into the stores for some Christmas shopping There in the midst of the mid-town bustle on 46th was an elegant steakhouse called Sparks whose clientele were businessmen and diplomats from the United Nations buildings a few blocks away In the vicinity of the restaurant several men dressed alike in fur cossack hats and trench coats loitered on both sides of the street Several other men also positioned themselves around the restaurant carefully so they would not be noticed in the throngs of rush-hour pedestrians Paul Castellano Associated Press Soon a big Lincoln with two men inside pulled up in front of the restaurant The driver shut off the engine and hurried around the side of the car to open the door for the older man but the older man was in too much of a hurry and opened the door himself The older man after all was Paul Castellano the Boss of the famous Gambino family His driver was his newly appointed under boss and favorite Tommy Bilotti The two Cosa Nostra executives were a bit late for an important dinner meeting with some of the other under bosses and Tommy Gambino the wealthy son of the late Carlo Gambino and nephew of Carlos successor Paul Castellano Inside the restaurant three of the guests were already waiting for Castellano and Bilotti Once the two men in the Lincoln had cleared the car the shooting began Two of the men in fur hats and raincoats rushed at Castellano with revolvers in their
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