|Shoot the Messenger|
Salvatore Leone telling Toni Cipriani that a wiseguy is going to Franco Forelli to tell him that the Sicilian Mafia are behind the Forelli-Sindacco war.
|Game||GTA Liberty City Stories|
|Location||Belleville Park, Staunton Island, Liberty City|
|Unlocks||Munitions Dump (after completing Night of the Livid Dreads)|
|Unlocked by||Taking the Peace|
Shoot the Messenger is a mission in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories given to protagonist Toni Cipriani by Leone Family Don Salvatore Leone from a public phone beside Papa's 12 Inch in the Belleville Park district of Staunton Island, Liberty City.
Toni answers the public phone and is informed by Salvatore that a wiseguy has found out that the Sicilian Mafia are behind the war between the Forelli Family and the Sindacco Family and is off to tell Franco Forelli. Salvatore tells Toni to kill him before he reaches Franco, as the Forelli-Sindacco war benefits the Leone Family. Toni drives to a jetty in Bedford Point and gets into a boat and chases the wiseguy, destroying his boat and killing him. Once it has exploded, Toni is automatically transported to a jetty in Aspatria.
(Toni answers the public phone)
Toni Cipriani: Hello.
Salvatore Leone: Toni, some wiseguy's found out that the Sicilian Mob are behind the Forelli-Sindacco war. He's headed over to meet Franco Forelli right now. It works very much to our advantage that Franco knows nothing, and this war keeps on going. Take that blabbermouth out.
Toni Cipriani: You got it, Sal.
Post mission phone call
Note: If the player has not yet completed Night of the Livid Dreads, then this phone call will be triggered after that mission instead.
Toni Cipriani: Yeah?
Leon McAffrey: Cipriani? It's me, McAffrey. I've got some news that Salvatore might appreciate. Come see me up at the usual place.
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