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    NY - Ted Ammon, 52, murdered in his East Hampton home, 20 Oct 2001

    Just my opinion

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    I've always been interested in this case. Glad to see they are trying to make some kind of headway.

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    Me too Kato. Now here is a little snip from 3/25, let's see if this happens.

    http://www.nypost.com/gossip/cindy.htm

    "DANNY Pelosi. Indicted in East Hampton financier Ted Ammon's murder. Pelosi, a handyman, then married Ted's rich ailing widow, Generosa, whom he'd been diddling. She then realized he's a 14k bum and packed him off before she herself died.
    You know all this. Now, pay attention. Here's what you don't know. Indictments are still to come down. The prosecutor hasn't switched gears. The prosecutor won't accuse others. Canny Danny's still the No. 1 suspect. But, allegedly, this handyman was not the only hand in this. He had help. Understand, a guy who's only a handyman, not a foreman, needs help pulling a big job off. Can't do it by himself. You will soon hear of a nice little scurvy group. You will soon read of more indictments.

    However, you mightn't read about truth impairment surrounding Danny's own legal team. Like when a certain columnist was set and confirmed to interview Pelosi. Hours before, the lawyer phoned to cancel, saying his client suddenly wasn't feeling well. What this whole little group wasn't feeling - was honest."
    Just my opinion

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    That Cindy is something else. Diddling. LOL

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    Daniel Pelosi trial/Murder of Ted Ammon

    The Daniel Pelosi trial for killing millionaire Ted Ammon in his Hamptons mansion begins this week in a Suffolk County, NY courtroom. Here's a link to the story in The NY Daily News:

    http://www.nydailynews.com/front/sto...p-196738c.html

    Pelosi was the blue collar guy who took up with Ammon's wife Generosa who has since died of cancer and who cut him out of her will.

    Here's what it says in today's NY Post

    http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/29869.htm

    Here is a link to Newsday

    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...ries-headlines

    If there is interest shown in this trial, I will try to keep up with the links to it.

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    There's an interesting article in today's Times about the trial

    http://www.nytimes.com/aponline/nati...ker-Slain.html

    That article talks a bit about the prosecution and the strategy of the defense in this circumstantial evidence case.

    Only thing I take exception to is the notion of Generosa as "beautiful." Not in any photo of her I ever saw.

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    Tuesday 7 Sept. 2004

    NY Post:
    http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/30058.htm

    Delay expected in start of Pelosi trial:

    <<Suffolk County prosecutor Janet Albertson plans to ask Judge Robert Doyle to first hear legal motions and arguments involving the witness, the sources said.

    The prosecution witness, an expert on stun guns, is expected to testify that small double-burn marks on Ammon's body were consistent with those made by stun guns, possibly one that Pelosi owned.

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    Today's Newsday

    http://www.newsday.com/news/local/lo...,6695212.story

    <<Other than a 30-minute glimpse into the case at Pelosi's arraignment Tuesday, authorities have revealed little of their exhaustive investigation. It took police a year and a half and a grand jury nine months to charge him with second-degree murder. Fifty-one witnesses and more than 100 exhibits were brought before the grand jury.

    Albertson said that evidence includes witnesses who say Pelosi implicated himself, missing pieces of Ammon's security system, and stun guns Pelosi purchased before the murder.

    The defense starts from an unwavering, if unsurprising, assertion that Pelosi has been wrongly accused.

    As the case moves into the courtroom, it's easier to see what is missing than what is there. No confession. No eyewitnesses. No murder weapon. Nothing to forensically connect Pelosi to the crime.

    Nevertheless, such cases can be just as compelling as those built on forensic evidence and eyewitness accounts, prominent defense lawyers said. The lengthy investigation could have given the district attorney's office a chance to amass a pile of powerful circumstantial evidence, including phone records, store receipts and more, said defense lawyer Steven Wilutis of Miller Place.

    Phone records could show who Pelosi was talking to before, during and after the crime. Store receipts could reveal when and where Pelosi bought his stun gun, which Albertson said was used in the attack.

    "If the DA has everything she says she has, then it strikes me that there's a stronger case," said defense lawyer John Ray of Miller Place.>>

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    Lisa,

    I remember when this murder happened, and I remember thinking he was so guilty and the wife had to know. Why else would she live a few million in case he was arrested?

    I'm going to check out those links after I do some of my homework. They will be my reward for working hard!

    Thanks Lisa for starting another wonderful thread!
    "If at first you don't succeed, skydiving isn't for you!"

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    I've always been interested in this case.

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    Those articles were interesting. I found the last one to be the most compelling. I wonder just what she knew? Personally, I thought they both involved.
    "If at first you don't succeed, skydiving isn't for you!"

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    She certainly benefited from Ted's murder. She got the money and the kids and didn't have to share with Ted. I agree. I think that if Danny did it, he did it for him and Generosa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kato
    I've always been interested in this case.
    Hi, kato!
    I am trying to drum up a little interest in this case and I will try to keep this lonely little thread going. Please come back for future updates/links. (And tell your friends!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lisafremont
    Hi, kato!
    I am trying to drum up a little interest in this case and I will try to keep this lonely little thread going. Please come back for future updates/links. (And tell your friends!)
    I'll be reading. I just wish after all these years there was more background info. on all the people. I'm suprised no one has written a book even if there hasn't been any convictions yet. It's been done before.

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    Here's a link for today, 9 Sept.

    http://www.nypost.com/news/regionalnews/19302.htm

    'STUPID' PELOSI JURY QUIZ

    September 9, 2004 -- The prosecutor in the Danny Pelosi murder trial raised eyebrows yesterday when she asked a potential juror if she believed it would be possible for a killer to be "stupid enough" to blab about a heinous crime.


    Kato, you will be happy to know that the reporter covering this trial is Kieran Crowley. I have read a book by him about the Dr. Robert Bierenbaum trial. So you should count on a Pelosi book.

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