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|“||What is wrong with this piece of mierda?||„|
|~ Vinnie Sinistra's scream when the TV is not working.|
Vinnie "Slugger" Sinistra is a minor antagonist in Hitman: Blood Money, serving as the main antagonist in the mission A New Life.
He was a Cuban crime lord who came to America in 1980 and teamed up with Sammy Falconetti and Bobby Mazur to smuggle large amounts of cocaine in the 1990s. After entering witness protection, he was killed by Agent 47.
Vinnie Sinistra was a Cuban crime lord who originally came to America in the Mariel boatlift of 1980. Later on, in the 1980s and 90s, he teamed up with Sammy Falcone and Bobby Manillo to smuggle a large amount of cocaine from the Bahamas into Florida.
The three of them became some of America's most wanted criminals in the process, and they killed a man in witness protection named Luis Arbelda. In those years he became much more carefree, and thought himself to be invincible.
Some time afterwards, Vinnie turned himself to the FBI. Ironically, he went into witness protection himself after betraying Falcone and Manillo. The FBI gave him the new identity "James" and moved him into a wealthy gated community in Del Mar, California.
In a very short amount of time, he was bored to death of the suburbs, lamenting he would "literally die of it!". Infuriated by Vinnie's betrayal, his two former partners hired Agent 47 to eliminate him to be killed as he was planning a birthday party for his youngest child on May 16, 2004.
Vinnie was married to an attractive white female, known only as Mrs. Sinistra (the mission's optional secondary target), and "trusts her completely" even though he is usually extremely paranoid. Ironically, she cheated on him with house staff.
- Together, Mr. & Mrs. Sinistra have two or more children; judging by their home decor they are a teenage girl, a baby boy and possibly more that are young adults.
- If alerted, Vinnie will run and hide in a closet and draw his Bull .480. It is located in the room where Vinnie watches television. Weapons that fire magnum ammo can be used to kill him through the closet door if this happens.
- He is somewhat based on Tony Montana, the main character of the film Scarface. Both are Cubans who arrived on the Mariel Boatlift, and share many mannerisms. Mrs. Sinistra is also a parody of Elvira, Tony's wife. Another target partially based on Tony Montana is Pablo Belisario Ochoa.