The girls walked slowly towards the back of the restaurant. They spotted Don Lucia’s table with the three men seated there. Charles Mariotti said to the other two men, “I’m nervous about a car I think has been following us.” “Well, we will keep an eye open for it,” replied Don Lucia. Maryanne said, “The silencers will reduce the noise below the restaurant din. I’ll take the Don, you get the guy to his left, and I’ll get the one to his right. Ready, Sis!” They swiftly circled the Don’s table. Maryanne squeezed off a shot in the back of Don Lucia’s head. He slumped forward and his head hit the table. He was immediately joined by Charles Mariotti, whose head hit the table with considerable force. Maryanne moved swiftly to her right and put two bullets in the head of Capo Stefano Tedesco. All three men were dead, and not a soul in the restaurant knew that while they were having lunch—three men were just murdered.