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The Enforcer
Conflict: None
Date: 1945
Place: Little Italy
Outcome: Corleone victory
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"I make good money, I help the family, I get a little action on the side. But one thing must be understood; I would never go against the Godfather. Don Corleone is a man I respect."
―Luca Brasi[src]

After Luca Brasi retrieved Aldo Trapani from the street gang he had been affiliated with and set him up at Grand Apartments, he called up Trapani the following day to teach him the tricks of the trade.

Bullying the butcherEdit

"Old Emilio. He don't show us no respect, he's given his kickbacks to the Tattaglias. He needs to be taught a lesson."
Luca Brasi[src]

Luca took Trapani to Emilio's, the local butchers. The owner, Emilio Brunetti, was paying his protection to the Tattaglias, and Luca wanted Trapani to prove his mettle by winning him back. After destroying several of hiswares and shaking the butcher about, Trapani succeeded and headed upstairs to confront the racket boss.

Godfather - Enforcer - Business extortion (with commentary)05:15

Godfather - Enforcer - Business extortion (with commentary)



Upstairs, Trapani came face to face with Frankie Fernetti, a local cardshark. However, he managed to persuade the Tattaglia dealer to turn over his racket to the Corleones instead.

Returning downstairs, Trapani was confronted by local beat cop Joe Galtosino, who was in the pocket of the Tattaglias. However, when the would-be Corleone greased his palm, Galtosino was persuaded to look the other way.

Impressed, Brasi sent Trapani on to The Falconite for his next assignment.

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