Francesco "Frank Boy" Cali, the chosen boss of the Gambino crime family, shakes hands with his killer before he was killed on Wednesday night outside his home in New York City, a report said on Friday .
examined video surveillance that captured 53-year-old Cali as he walked out of the house in the Todt Hill section of Staten Island around 9:15 pm after someone backed his car at the air Cadillac SUV of Cali. The accident appeared to be a setup to draw Cali out, police said.
MAFIA KILLING IS FIRST NEW YORK MOB BOSS HIT-RECORD IN VIDEO: REPORT
Cali and the man, believed to be between 25 and 30 years old, were seen talking about a minute and trembling hands, law enforcement told the Newsday source on Friday. Cali also saw the capture of a crash plates when the gunman fired 1
The police did not force a motive for the murder of Cali. It is too early to judge whether the killing is related to action, as investigators are also looking at Cali's private and entrepreneurship, NYPD Chief of Detectives Dermot Shea told a news conference on Thursday.
Detectives are working to check the video from the surveillance cameras of the area to track the gunman, which appeared to be a pickup truck, another law enforcement source told Newsday. But the cameras on that part of Staten Island are not connected to any network, making the work harder, the source said.
MOB POWER-STRUGGLE WILL BE, ALL "WORTH": REPORTS  In the meantime, the continued killing of the Gambino rulers continues to trigger speculation that killing is part an interfamily conflict or even the "beginning of war in war," reported Staten Island Advance.
"Unusual [anymore]," said Christian Cipollini, organized critic historian and author, Advance. "It may be an internal strike or the beginning of a war in war.
" Going through history, this will not be the last one, "he said, referring to possible revenge for the murder of Cali .
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The last high-ranking Mafia figure killed in New York City was Paul Castellano, head of the Gambino family at that time. He was believed to have been killed in the direction by John Gotti while gaining a black limousine outside Manhattan's Sparks Steakhouse in 1985. Gotti took control of the family.