Carmine Agnello
Mobster
Carmine Agnello
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Birthday
1960-00-00
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Carmine Gotti Agnello
Parent
1986/04/08
Victoria Gotti
Married
1984 - 2003
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Carmine Agnello Jr: Grandson of New York mobster 'Dapper Dan' John Gotti arrested
Daily Mail (UK) - almost 5 years
<a class="fplink fp-363836" href="/carmine+agnello+1">Carmine Agnello</a>, pictured, the 25-year-old grandson of famed mobster John Gotti, was arrested yesterday for allegedly driving on a suspended license and having tinted windows.
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DSK in hands of a legal ace, say former clients - Sydney Morning Herald
Google News - over 5 years
When the lawyer Benjamin Brafman won the acquittal of the rapper Sean Diddy Combs on gun and bribery charges in 2001, he won praise from another client, Carmine Agnello, the former son-in-law of the convicted Gambino crime boss John Gotti
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Strauss-Kahn Lawyer Brafman Defended Rappers, Mobsters, Michael Jackson - Bloomberg
Google News - over 5 years
When attorney Benjamin Brafman won the acquittal of rapper Sean “Diddy” Combs on gun and bribery charges in 2001, he got praise from another client, Carmine Agnello, the former son-in- law of convicted Gambino crime boss John J. Gotti
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With Musical Ambitions, Gotti Takes On New Role
NYTimes - over 11 years
Here are some things you may or may not know about Victoria Gotti: she's a neat freak and a perfectionist. She wears a pacemaker and has a fondness for animal prints. And in addition to her talents as a pulp novelist, tabloid newspaper columnist and reality television mom, Ms. Gotti can actually sing and dance a little. And that was apparently
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THE WAY WE LIVE NOW: 8-8-04: QUESTIONS FOR VICTORIA GOTTI; Family Matters
NYTimes - over 12 years
Q: Your new reality show, ''Growing Up Gotti,'' follows your travails as a single mother trying to raise three strapping teenage boys in a mansion on Long Island. People look at my home and assume it's an inheritance from Dad, mob money. But guess what? No. Not five cents. I built my home, and I made it the neighborhood hangout because I would
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TELEVISION REVIEW; John Gotti's Daughter Glares at Reality
NYTimes - over 12 years
Whenever a notorious crime boss goes to trial, the public is faced with the old mobster versus movie script conundrum: do mafia dons model themselves on fictional characters from ''The Godfather'' and ''Goodfellas,'' or do screenwriters just copy the transcripts of F.B.I. wiretaps? A new reality show on A&E begs a similar question: who came first,
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Lawyer Described as a Dupe Or a Messenger for the Mob
NYTimes - almost 13 years
On the street outside the federal courthouse in Brooklyn, Scott Leemon might not draw much notice. He is slight, with a standard-issue 30-something goatee. But on the sixth floor of the courthouse yesterday, Mr. Leemon, a defense lawyer who has plied the edges of some big cases, was just about all anybody could talk about. Defense lawyers in one of
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Gotti's Funeral Procession Takes In His Old Haunts
NYTimes - over 14 years
In a gunmetal Cadillac hearse, the remains of John J. Gotti led a snaking cortege through the streets of Queens yesterday and were interred at a Roman Catholic graveyard that has long served as the final resting place for New York mobsters. The funeral was a pageant of pomp and excess. Nineteen flower cars, 22 black limousines, hundreds of private
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Police Shut Down Several Auto Parts Shops
NYTimes - almost 15 years
Investigators closed a string of shops in Queens on Friday for trading in stolen auto parts, the authorities said yesterday. Several of the shops were owned by Carmine Agnello, the imprisoned mobster and son-in-law of John J. Gotti, the jailed Gambino family boss, the police said. Officers from the Queens North Auto Larceny Unit served nuisance-
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BOLDFACE NAMES
NYTimes - almost 15 years
The Cost of Unmarrying A mere 16 months ago, he was sending her a dozen long-stemmed roses and passionate letters -- so passionate that when one was read aloud at a party, she retreated to the ladies' room for what she said was a good cry. A month after that, she filed for divorce. Now the divorce is official. VICTORIA GOTTI, a novelist who is the
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Gotti Son-in-Law Sentenced to 9 Years and $10 Million Forfeiture
NYTimes - about 15 years
A son-in-law of John J. Gotti was sentenced yesterday to nine years in prison on federal racketeering and tax evasion charges stemming from a police sting operation, and was ordered to forfeit $10 million in illegal profits. Carmine Agnello, 41, of Old Westbury, N.Y., was also ordered to pay $950,000 in restitution to his crime victims and $150,000
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Metro Briefing | New York: Brooklyn: Gotti's Son-In-Law Pleads Guilty
NYTimes - over 15 years
Carmine Agnello, the son-in-law of John J. Gotti, the imprisoned Gambino family boss, pleaded guilty yesterday to federal racketeering and tax charges. Mr. Agnello, 41, was indicted in January 2000 on charges of using arson and other strong-arm tactics to take control of the Queens scrap-metal industry. Under his plea bargain with federal
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Reporter's Notebook; New Plea in Mob Case: Not Guilty, Just Stupid
NYTimes - over 15 years
Aside from the quadruple bypass surgery, the ventricular arrhythmia, the cerebral vascular disease, the Basal cell carcinoma, the abdominal aortic aneurysm and the peptic ulcer, Rudy Casale has problems. Mr. Casale, who is 74, pleaded guilty in May to using ''extortionate methods'' to collect a debt from an unlucky Russian gambler a year ago.
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Reporter's Notebook; Violent Acts Recalled, by a Man of Few Words
NYTimes - over 15 years
In the movies, your typical gangster is a fast-talking joker, a wisecrack machine brimming with raunchy, unprintable quips. In real life, though, mobsters tend to be a bit less garrulous. Especially once they get to the courthouse and stand in front of the judge. When Anthony Sciacca pleaded guilty last week to a host of racketeering crimes, he
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Nice Work, Jailed Client Tells Lawyer for Rapper
NYTimes - over 15 years
You see it all the time: Miramax runs an advertisement to congratulate its latest Oscar-winning starlet. Random House puts a notice in the book review section praising the writer who just took home a Pulitzer Prize. It does not happen all that often, though, that a reputed wise guy buys a bit of advertising space to honor the lawyer he hopes will
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METRO BRIEFING
NYTimes - about 16 years
NEW YORK BROOKLYN: GOTTI RELATIVE SAYS F.B.I. LIED Lawyers for Carmine Agnello, left, the son-in-law of the former crime boss John Gotti, said yesterday that an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation lied when he said that Mr. Agnello had threatened an informer during a meeting with Anthony Federici, a member of the Genovese crime family. In
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PUBLIC LIVES
NYTimes - over 16 years
Gael Greene Ends Critic's Role After nearly 30 years of raving about restaurants -- or panning them -- GAEL GREENE is stepping down as the restaurant critic for New York magazine. She will stop reviewing restaurants next month, but will write longer articles about food and restaurants. ''It felt like we were eating dinner out eight nights a week,''
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New York's Hotel California; Out on Bail, Mob Suspects Find They Can't Really Leave
NYTimes - over 16 years
The leak in the ceiling had been there for weeks, a nasty bruise of moldy plaster and peeling paint. Though Anthony Spero had been trying his best to get a handyman in, there wasn't a guy in all of Staten Island who would take the job. ''Nobody wants to come out here,'' Mr. Spero, the reputed consigliere or counselor of the Bonanno crime family,
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Flushing Journal; A World Where Cars Meet Carnies
NYTimes - over 16 years
A young mechanic raced up to a woman in her 30's as she tooled down Willets Point Boulevard in her silver 1999 Dodge Stratus. ''Hubcaps, you need hubcaps?'' he asked. ''Not right now,'' she shouted, while continuing to drive through the sooty stretch of Flushing, Queens. Her hubcaps had been stolen three months earlier. Less than a eighth of a mile
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Nightclub Owner Freed on Bail in Mob Case
NYTimes - over 16 years
A wealthy Miami Beach nightclub impresario, who has been charged with murder and accused of being part of a vicious Brooklyn Mafia crew, was released from federal custody yesterday on $15 million bail. But as the suspect, Chris Paciello, walked out of Federal District Court in Brooklyn, he nearly got away from the private security guards who had
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carmine Agnello
1960
Born in 1960.
1979
In 1979, according to 2007 court testimony, Gambino boss John Gotti retaliated against Agnello for assaulting his daughter, Victoria Gotti.
Several Gambino associates ambushed Agnello, beat him with a baseball bat, and then shot him in the buttocks.
1984
In 1984, Agnello married Victoria.
The couple had three sons, Carmine Agnello, John Agnello, and Frank Agnello, and a stillborn daughter, Justine. The family lived in a mansion in Westbury, New York that was the location in 2004 for the reality TV show, "Growing up Gotti".
1994
On February 5, 1994, Agnello was charged with criminal mischief for damaging a police scooter.
The officer was ticketing cars parked outside of Agnello's scrapyard. Agnello came out to argue with the officer, then started his Ford Bronco and rammed the police vehicle, pushing it 15 feet down the street.
In June 1994, Agnello and several Gambino members brawled with police outside the same location, again over parking tickets, and Agnello was again arrested.
1997
On June 6, 1997, Agnello was arrested on assault charges for beating a former employee with a telephone.
The victim later decided to drop the complaint.
2000
On January 20, 2000, Agnello was charged with racketeering and arson.
Undercover New York Police Department (NYPD) officers had set up a phony scrap metal business in Willets Point, Queens. Agnello then used firebombings and other illegal tactics to coerce them to sell their scrap to him at a below-market price. According to testimony, Agnello promised a cooperating witness $2000 to "buy glass bottles (and) fill them up (with gasoline) and throw them all around the truck" of a competitor. Defense documents claimed that Agnello was on medication for bipolar disorder, which led him to bad judgement.
2001
On August 16, 2001, Agnello accepted a plea bargain in return for a reduced sentence.
On October 26, 2001, Agnello was sentenced to nine years in federal prison and ordered to forfeit $10 million in assets to the court.
He was released from federal custody on January 16, 2008.
2003
In 2003, Victoria Gotti divorced Agnello on grounds of constructive abandonment (no sexual relations for more than a year) because he was in jail.
Before the divorce, it was alleged that Agnello had been dating another woman.
2008
On February 19, 2008, Agnello quietly married Danielle Vangar, the daughter of activist Mourad "Moose" Topalian.
Vangar met Agnello in prison when she was visiting her father.
2009
Agnello and Vangar have a son, Michael who was born in 2009.
Agnello and his second family live in Bentleyville, Ohio. He owns a business in Ohio that tows donated cars to charities.
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