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Richard Kuklinski Gary Smith helped Kuklinski steal cars and resell them There was a warrant out for Smiths arrest because of stealing and cashing checks Kuklinski was afraid that if Smith was caught by police he would talk So Kuklinski decided that it was time for Smith to go to Florida which means it was time for him to die Kuklinskis other car thief accomplice was Danny Deppner Danny agreed he would help with sending Smith to Florida In December in the York Hotel off Route 3 near the Lincoln Tunnel Kuklinski decided to bring hamburgers to Deppner and Smith Kuklinski handed the bag of food to Smith and handed the wrapped burger to Deppner who knew that his was okay After Smith had eaten two bites of the hamburger nothing happened and Kuklinski grew nervous Then Smith started to choke but Kuklinski decided he wasnt dying fast enough so Deppner grabbed the cord on a lamp and wrapped it around Smiths throat until he died After they killed Smith Deppners wife was supposed to come with a car but she never showed so they ended up putting Smiths body beneath the mattress and the box springs in the hotel bed Four days later a couple rented the room and complained about the horrible smell they then found Smiths body After Deppner realized what he had done he knew that he knew too much he knew he was going to die soon In may of 1983 a man saw a green trash bag with an arm and a head sticking out of it in a tree Later on Kuklinski got involved with Mafia hit man Roy Demeo The most feared hit man for the Gambino Crime Family To get Demeo to trust Kuklinski Kuklinski walked up to a man in a park and then turned and shot him in the head Then in the 1970s Kuklinski got into the pornography trade with a
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