‘I don’t need to clear my name,’ says suspect in killing of mob boss Frank Cali

By LIZ KEOGH and JOHN ANNESE | NEW YORK DAILY NEWS |
MAR 21, 2019 | 6:00 AM

“I don’t need to clear my name,” the Staten Island man accused of gunning down Gambino boss Frank Cali told the Daily News in a brief jailhouse interview on Wednesday,

Anthony Comello, 24, who once tried to make a citizen’s arrest of Mayor de Blasio, wore a green-and-white striped jumpsuit as four officers escorted him to a video phone screen at the Ocean County Jail. He is accused of pumping a barrage of bullets into Cali’s chest in the driveway of the mob boss’ Staten Island home last Wednesday.

Read more here: https://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nyc-crime/ny-20190321-smje5elgprfr5anuia6737o7va-story.html

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