FBI Agents flooded New York and arrested over 100 Mafia bosses, and their henchmen, without firing a single shot. Now convicted and imprisoned in a Federal Penitentiary, the citizens of New York were able to breath a sigh of relief.
Having just settled in to her hotel room, life was about to change dramatically for Louise when she witnessed two men push an individual from the top of a skyscraper adjacent to her hotel room. Transfixed by what she was witnessing, she stood in full view of the two men as they made their exit from the rooftop.
Having a body suddenly slam into a crowded city sidewalk was one event guaranteed to stop traffic in a heartbeat.
Louise may have witnessed a murder, and could easily identify the two men who had pushed the individual to his death, but they had also witnessed her. The sound of sirens from the streets below meant that she would no longer need to become embroiled in someone else's affairs. But, embroiled, she already was.
Questioned by two New York detectives about the "accident" that claimed the life of her husband, explaining that their evidence proved beyond doubt that Carbinicci was the person responsible, hopeful that Louise would now confess to witnessing the murder, they offered her police protection.
Her refusal to become involved proved decisive as, later that day, the two detectives were found dead, their vehicle crushed by a massive concrete pipe that had broken free from its securing chains and rolled from the 18-wheeler rig and onto their police car as both vehicles passed one another.
"It is important that you do as we say simply because we want your children to remain, how shall I say, safe within the family. It is a brutal world out there, one where all sorts of unfortunate accidents can happen." Carlos Carbinicci.
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