Actions Speak Louder than Words

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Actions Speak Louder Than Words
Niko Bellic talking to Gerald McReary.

Niko Bellic talking to Gerald McReary.
For Gerald McReary
Target Tony Black and some other Ancelottis
Location Meadows Park, Dukes
Reward $9000
Unlocks I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, and Your Motorcycle
Unlocked by Three Leaf Clover

Actions Speak Louder Than Words is a mission given to Niko Bellic by Gerald McReary in Grand Theft Auto IV.

When Niko meets up with Gerry, evidently, Gerry's boss wants to cause some tension between the Ancelottis and their Albanian muscle. The first step calls for Niko to assassinate some high ranking members. He wants him to kill high-ranking capo Ancelotti member Anthony Spoleto; AKA Tony Black.


First, go to an alley way nearby to find a car bomb that Gerald has left for you. The Ancelottis will be meeting with the Albanians in Little Italy. Tony Black's Cognoscenti is parked off an alleyway in Feldspar Street, next to Drusilla's. Get there, plant the bomb on the back of the car, and quickly find a decent car (the game may also instruct you to remove any vehicles that might blocking the alleyway). Tony Black and another member will exit the restaurant and drive off. Follow them back to North Holland. Don't shoot them or get too close; it's a long, zig-zag route but as long as Niko isn't extensively delayed it's hard to lose them. After they arrive, they go to a old factory. Get to a safe distance (which is marked on the map) and detonate the bomb. The car explodes under the gas canisters and Tony is killed in the explosion. Some gang members will survive; kill them all and get away before the LCPD arrive. The cops will almost certainly get there before you can get away, so get prepared for a two-star wanted level chase. When you lose the cops, the mission is passed.


  • Anthony Spoleto aka Tony Black - Killed by Niko Bellic on orders from Gerald McReary.