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Showbiz & Celebrity / Re: Gang Wars Redux
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:36:05 AM »
Aerial footage from the crime scene taken by a WABC-TV helicopter showed police searching a silver SUV outside Cali's home with at least 17 evidence markers around it, some apparently noting the location of spent shell casings. It was not immediately clear if any surveillance cameras in the upscale residential neighborhood captured the shooting.

Cali is the highest-ranking alleged member of a crime family to be murdered in New York in decades, according to WABC.

The last mob boss to be killed was Paul Castellano, also the leader of the Gambino crime family at the time, who was murdered outside Sparks Steakhouse in Midtown Manhattan in 1985. That hit was ordered by Gotti, who later took over the family until being convicted in 1992 of racketeering and Castellano's murder.

Gotti died of cancer in prison in 2002.

Showbiz & Celebrity / Re: Gang Wars Redux
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:35:19 AM »
Last October, Sylvester Zottola, 71, reportedly of the Bonanno crime family, was gunned down at a McDonald's drive-thru in the Bronx. Zottola's son, Salvatore, survived an apparent assassination attempt in July outside his home, also in the Bronx.

Cali's family members told police he was inside his house when he heard something that sounded like his car being hit and went outside, the source said.

But a source told ABC News that Cali received either a call or text message on his cell phone that lured him out to the front terrace of his home.

As part of the probe, investigators are attempting to collect cell phone records to analyze as they attempt to identify the killer or killers, the source said. Detectives are also urgently reviewing security video from neighboring homes and other surveillance cameras that might show the killer coming or going from Cali's home in the Tote Hill area of Staten Island.

The NYPD has also obtained a search warrant for Cali's home to remove security camera footage from the house, a source told ABC News.

Showbiz & Celebrity / Re: Gang Wars Redux
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:31:10 AM »
Additional witnesses told police they saw the pickup truck driving through the neighborhood around the time of the shooting.

A 911 caller reported a blue pickup truck driving away from the scene, New York ABC station WABC reported.

No one has been arrested and an investigation is ongoing. No gun has been recovered, authorities said.

A_New York City law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told ABC News that detectives are attempting to determine if Cali's killing signaled the revival of a "mob war." The shooting outside Cali's home, the source said, suggests the killing was meant to send an ominous message.

Showbiz & Celebrity / Re: Gang Wars Redux
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:30:32 AM »
Cali is the first reputed mob boss murdered in New York City in 35 years. He was shot outside his home as many as 10 times by a killer who may have fled the scene in a pickup truck, police said.

His wife and children were inside the house when he was attacked.

Paramedics took Cali to Staten Island University North hospital after responding to the home at 9:17 p.m., police said. He was pronounced dead less than 40 minutes later.

A male witness who was driving nearby when the attack occurred told police he heard multiple gunshots that, at first, he thought were fireworks, a source told ABC News. The witness also told police he saw an individual run toward the driver's side of a blue pickup truck while simultaneously keeping one hand near his waistband, the source said.

Showbiz & Celebrity / Gang Wars Redux
« on: March 15, 2019, 12:28:06 AM »
Reputed Gambino crime family boss Francesco 'Franky Boy' Cali shot to death outside his home, probed as possible revival of 'mob war'
AARON KATERSKY, JOSH MARGOLIN and BILL HUTCHINSON,Good Morning America 42 minutes ago

Reputed Gambino crime family boss Francesco 'Franky Boy' Cali shot to death outside his home, probed as possible revival of 'mob war': Source originally appeared on

The reputed leader of the Gambino crime family, once headed by infamous mobster John Gotti, was gunned down in a "well-thought-out execution" outside his New York City home late Wednesday -- sparking an investigation into whether the hit was sanctioned or the revival of a "mob war," sources told ABC News.

Francesco "Franky Boy" Cali, 53, was found with multiple gunshot wounds to his body outside his home on Staten Island, according to the New York Police Department.

"This was not some fly-by-night thing," a law enforcement official briefed on the investigation told ABC News. "This was a well-thought-out execution."

Police recovered 12 shell casings at the scene, sources said.

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Health and Food / Re: Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:46:08 PM »
The man's doctors performed a minor surgery to explore his ear canal; during this operation, they located and removed the cotton swab tip that had gone missing. The swab was impacted and surrounded by wax and debris, suggesting that it had been there for some time, Charlton said, adding that it probably contributed to the man's recurrent ear infections over the years, culminating in the particularly severe episode.

The man spent nearly a week in the hospital and needed two months of intravenous and oral antibiotics to treat the infection, but he had no long-term hearing or thinking problems.

And, perhaps unsurprisingly, he was advised to never use cotton swabs in his ears again. "They can only cause problems," Charlton said, noting that cotton swabs have been linked to ear infections, punctured eardrums and impacted ear wax.

The case was published online on March 6 in the journal BMJ Case Reports.

Health and Food / Re: Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:45:30 PM »
When he came to the hospital, doctors gave him a CT scan to examine his brain; the images revealed two abscesses, or inflamed areas filled with pus, in the bones at the base of his skull, adjacent to his left ear canal. This signaled to doctors that although the infection may have begun inside the man's ear canal, it had spread beyond that area.

The man was diagnosed with "necrotizing otitis externa," or an infection in the soft tissue of the external auditory canal. (The external auditory canal is the portion of the ear canal from the outside of the ear to the eardrum.)

Health and Food / Re: Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:44:48 PM »
Cotton tip found

The man's symptoms, however, started long before his seizure occurred, according to the report. He had been experiencing pain and discharge from his left ear for about 10 days prior to the seizure and had experienced headaches on the left side of his head that were so severe, they made him vomit. In addition, he had started having trouble remembering people's names.

But the problems in the man's ear were nothing new; he told doctors that he had experienced left ear pain and hearing loss over the past five years and had been treated twice for severe ear infections on the same side.

Health and Food / Re: Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:44:15 PM »
Even though the infection didn't enter the man's brain — it didn't progress beyond the lining — it was clearly causing neurological symptoms. The man was rushed to the emergency room after experiencing a seizure and collapsing, according to the case report.

Charlton told Live Science that he suspects that either toxins from the bacterial infection or pressure on the brain from the infection triggered the seizure.

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Health and Food / Re: Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:43:35 PM »
The 31-year-old man's troubles began when the tip of a cotton swab got stuck inside his ear canal, although he told doctors that he wasn't sure exactly how or when this happened.

A bit of cotton left in the ear may sound harmless, but in this case, it wreaked havoc.

The man developed a severe bacterial infection that started in his ear canal, progressed into the bone at the base of his skull and then moved upward, into the lining of his brain, the meninges, said lead author Dr. Alexander Charlton, a member of the team of ear, nose and throat specialists involved in the patient's treatment at University Hospital Coventry in England.

Health and Food / Infection from a cotton swab
« on: March 13, 2019, 03:42:37 PM »
A Man Cleaned His Ears with a Cotton Swab. Then He Got an Infection in His Skull.

By Cari Nierenberg, Live Science Contributor | March 12, 2019 06:51am ET

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Credit: BMJ Case Reports.

A man in England has sworn off cleaning his ears with cotton swabs after developing a potentially life-threatening infection that not only affected his hearing, but also spread to the lining of his brain and caused neurological symptoms, according to a new report of his case.

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