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When the FBI got Crimaldi to testify against the other 3 involved in the Foreman murder, things turned bad for Sam. The last thing the crew wanted was a highly publicized trial, because it would make it hard to bribe the judge. However, Sam was well known for attracting attention to his trials. Oftentimes he would demand to represent himself and speak through a bullhorn during the trial. He often showed up in pajamas, on stretchers, and gave long rants, accusing the prosecution of collaborating with Joseph Stalin.
 
When the FBI got Crimaldi to testify against the other 3 involved in the Foreman murder, things turned bad for Sam. The last thing the crew wanted was a highly publicized trial, because it would make it hard to bribe the judge. However, Sam was well known for attracting attention to his trials. Oftentimes he would demand to represent himself and speak through a bullhorn during the trial. He often showed up in pajamas, on stretchers, and gave long rants, accusing the prosecution of collaborating with Joseph Stalin.
   
Therefore, the crew decided to take care of Sam. They told Sam that they had found Crimaldi's safe house and when the day of the hit rolled around, they met Sam at his house. When Sam was in his driveway, [[Anthony Spilotro|Spilotro]] shot Sam twice with a shotgun, killing him. Thus, Sam "Mad Sam" DeStefano died on April 14, 1973. Mario was still convicted for the Foreman murder, but Spilotro was acquitted.
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Therefore, the crew decided to take care of Sam. They told Sam that they had found Crimaldi's safe house and when the day of the hit rolled around, they met Sam at his house. When Sam was in his driveway, Spilotro shot Sam twice with a shotgun, killing him. Thus, Sam "Mad Sam" DeStefano died on April 14, 1973. Mario was still convicted for the Foreman murder, but Spilotro was acquitted.
 
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