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    Is it true that she asked her husband if he wanted a drink from Starbucks that morning to bring back to him after she returned from working out, but only bought one drink (knowing her would be dead and why waste the $4)?

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    Tonight on JVM it was said that "Cops" was there video taping the whole thing and that the wife had signed a paper saying it was alright. Now she is saying that she misunderstood, etc, etc, cause she doesn't want it shown on
    "Cops!"

    Nancy keeps playing the tape of the wife carrying on when she is told that her husband is dead. I've never in my life heard anyone that sounds like her. I hate to listen to that. I just want to scream "if you are going to act like you are crying at least make it sound real instead of that high pitched carrying on!"

    I'll bet she nearly peed her pants when she saw her husband standing in that room at the police station
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    http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/ju...urder_hire.php This story says the lover was another female.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laura08 View Post
    http://blogs.browardpalmbeach.com/ju...urder_hire.php This story says the lover was another female.

    Laura, did you read the whole blog? He goes on to say that it was apparently a typo and the lover is a he, not a she.

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    Ah, the 21st century's version of Black Dalia! Just don't understand why this black hearted wench is still out prowling around. Do you suppose the judge watched her swinging it from behind (like in the video footage) and instead of going hard on her, he went soft with this low bond?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyMama View Post
    Laura, did you read the whole blog? He goes on to say that it was apparently a typo and the lover is a he, not a she.
    SleuthyMama,
    Hope Laura sees your post #29 and deletes #28, so our thread doesn't contribute to any rumor tangent. Even though the blogger EVENTUALLY hashed out the details and confirmed it was a typo—which IMO warranted discarding the story (or lack thereof) altogether—he planted a few sensational terms/phrases that would be misleading to anyone just scanning the blog entry, as many of us reading blogs only have time to do. Guess he invested so much effort that the dog just couldn't let go of the bone.
    Finding: irresponsible journalism on his part.
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    this is really crazy, but i wish NG would focus more on the current missing children. i tuned in last night because i figured she would cover Hasani Campbell, but it was all this and the drunk/high woman who killed like eight people. how many times can she show the video in one episode.

    (sorry, i'm just having a frustrating day with all of these unresolved missing cases!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joga View Post
    this is really crazy, but i wish NG would focus more on the current missing children. i tuned in last night because i figured she would cover Hasani Campbell, but it was all this and the drunk/high woman who killed like eight people. how many times can she show the video in one episode.

    (sorry, i'm just having a frustrating day with all of these unresolved missing cases!)
    Thank you for providing Hasani's name! I'm still battling the flu and couldn't remember. The thread seems to have moved from the location on WS where I originally read about it; I couldn't find it anywhere when checking for current status and not recalling the name further hindered my efforts.

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    Doc dump in this case.

    "Sure, you want to kill this dude?," an undercover detective asked Mrs. Dippolito.
    "Ha... I would be very happy," she responded.
    The newly released information also includes evidence that Dalia tried to poison her husband by putting antifreeze in his iced tea.
    And that she tried to have him set up for selling drugs.
    Investigators also released phone calls Dalia Dippolito made from jail to her mom and her husband, the man police say, she tried to have killed. She called her mom first, and even though she already had been charged with trying to have her husband killed, she tried to kick him out of the town house he had just recently sign over to her name.
    "I want him out of my house," Mrs. Dippolito told her mother.
    "Ok, right now, we are going to hire a lawyer," her mother told her.
    "That's my house; the titles in my name," she quickly answered back.

    [in a phone call to her husband:]
    "What the f@#k, you said you had to have me killed I heard that," Michael Dippolito told his wife over the phone while she sat in jail.
    "That is not true," Dalia Dippolito replied.
    "How is it not true?" Michael asked his wife.
    "How can you believe that?" She responded.
    "I heard your voice," Michael Dippolito said.
    More at link: http://www.wflx.com/Global/story.asp?S=11520593

    More interesting quotes here: http://www.news8.net/news/stories/1109/679551.html
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    I love the expression on the cop's face in the middle with his arms folded, watching her reaction - Priceless!

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    Arrested Boynton Beach wife's weapons: Sex appeal, drive, deceit

    BOYNTON BEACH — "She was smiley and sweet, a surgically enhanced beauty. And for one day at least, she was for sale."

    "With his wife out of town in October 2008, Michael Dippolito called an escort to his Boca Raton office. To his door came 26-year-old Dalia Mohammed."

    "They quickly hit it off and saw each other often. Whatever she had, he liked it a lot. When Michael's wife returned later that month, he stunned her by announ*cing he wanted a divorce."

    "In less than four months he and Dalia married in secret at a county courthouse, not bothering to alert their parents. In a year's time, authorities and divorce attorneys say, she persuaded him to give her his home and $240,000 of his life savings."

    "By then, they say, she also had tried, and failed three times, to kill him. She was finally busted in August when a former lover and confidant tipped off police."

    More on this at the link...

    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/cr...370.html?imw=Y

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    Dalia in court, lawyers seeking gag order...

    http://mobile.sun-sentinel.com/inf/i...038&nopaging=0

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    Wow, I just read that link, Searchfortruth, and what a story! It's even nuttier than I originally thought. It's ironic that the husband was a schemer in his own time and he got schooled by this woman. He is truly lucky he is not dead.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SleuthyMama View Post
    Wow, I just read that link, Searchfortruth, and what a story! It's even nuttier than I originally thought. It's ironic that the husband was a schemer in his own time and he got schooled by this woman. He is truly lucky he is not dead.
    I wonder what the sentencing range is for solicitation of 1st degree murder in Florida ? I looked but couldn't find a clear answer. I did find some others in Florida that had been convicted of the same and one guy got a 30 year sentence. Hopefully the jury will be able to hear about her past, but I'm not sure that will get in during trial.

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    I know this is really bad...but if his ex wife isn't just a little amused by this she's a better woman than I...


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    Dalia Dippolito May Have Tried to Kill Him, But Michael Dippolito Is No Saint

    By Lisa Rab
    Published on January 19, 2010 at 9:28am


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    The case seemed like a slam-dunk for the cops: Gold-digging, plastic-surgery-loving wife tries to murder hubby! But deeper investigation would uncover a more complex story. Dalia might be ruthless and conniving, but her husband has a troubling rap sheet of his own. Their marriage was built on a rickety foundation of lies, jilted lovers, and bizarre financial deals. Both would suffer the consequences when their high-rolling romance imploded.



    more of 6-page article here

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    New text messages to her lover released. Link

    Another Link

    Text messages reveal Dippolito's intimate relationship with another man.

    Dippolito: Love u so much and I love the way u r w me I love the attention
    Boyfriend: Im glad!!! Baby you are numero uno , really....and I always want to show u

    Dippolito planned a fake meeting at the courthouse, tricking her husband into signing their house into her name only, text messages reveal, and she also sent text messages of her plans to plant drugs in her husband's car.

    Divorce attorneys for Mike Dippolito said the text messages only bolster their case.

    Attorney Joshua Friedman said they "clearly show that the entire marriage was a fraud, that Dahlia's sole intent the entire time was to take Michael's house, take his money and dispose of him at whatever cost necessary."


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    Text messages released in Boynton Beach murder-for-hire case
    Dalia Dippolito accused of hiring a hit man to kill husband of six months
    May 11, 2010|By Susan Spencer-Wendel, The Palm Beach Post

    Their texts, pinged day and night, fill nearly 49 pages. According to the released records, the text messages included the following information:
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    Ones professing love:


    "Dalia, i have always wanted u, ur my unicorn" read one message from Stanley's number.

    (Pardon the interruption but I have to say; )

    "I want u as the ancor in my life!, the hub, the center!" her number replied.

    Ones about their physical connection:

    "R U speechless do you want my hot tight body all over u," her number pinged Stanley's number.

    And ones professing their desire to be together after Michael Dippolito was to disappear from their lives:

    "The sooner he gets jammed up the sooner we can be in paradise island baby," her number pinged to Stanley's on July 27.

    That was sent one week before Boynton Beach police filmed her allegedly plotting with an undercover officer to undertake the shooting of 39-year-old Michael Dippolito.

    In the text messages, Dalia Dippolito's number proposes to Stanley's number "spoofing" Michael Dippolito.

    Spoofing is the practice of arranging to call a phone number using a third designated phone number — for example, someone wanting to pose as a legal professional calling from a courthouse.

    It appears Michael Stanley did so as he reportedly colluded with Dalia Dippolito, 27, to freeze Michael Dippolito's assets and win the Dippolitos' mortgage-free home in Boynton Beach.

    Her number texted to Stanley's number on July 23:

    "I need u to spoof the cll and tell him that he needs to meet ur paralegal at 2:30 at th courthouse."

    Michael and Dalia Dippolito appear to have met the faux paralegal at the Miami courthouse, according to her texts. "Im going to be in a brite orange dress and mike in a yellow shirt and blue shorts," her number pinged.

    As the days wound down, texts from Dalia Dippolito's number to Stanley's number focused much on their future life together.


    "We r going to make great parents and well have a nanny fulltime so we can still have fun and party and travel together," her number texted to Stanley's July 27.

    Messages from Dalia Dippolito's number grew more melancholy, remarking how unhappy she is, how she must get out of the marriage and begin her life again with Stanley.

    "I love you can't wait to im gettn so excitd about being in the city like the dream apt in sex and the city movie w kerri and big," she wrote.


    Ok, gotta put the brakes on for a minute here. THEY'LL MAKE GREAT PARENTS!!!

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    By July 31, the two numbers were texting about the transfer of the Dippolito's marital home into his wife's name only.

    "Did the tranfr but he said were married i cant sell it w out his signature even though its in my name," her number texted Stanley's.

    Their messages from the day police filmed her with the officer posing as a hitman until the day of her arrest are less frequent, ones about pets and apartments, about calling each other. One of the final ones:

    "About going to thailand," Stanley's number wrote to hers.


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    Her trial starts today. I was looking for a video link.

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    Really?

    Dippolito defense: Dalia thought she was acting for a reality show

    Dalia Dippolito never planned to have her husband killed, her attorney told a jury on Tuesday. Rather, she thought she was acting in a reality show orchestrated by her husband to achieve fame and publicity.

    In his opening statement in her murder-for-hire trial, defense attorney Michael Salnick said Michael Dippolito was a controlling husband who duped his wife into taking part in his hoax.

    "Michael Dippolito's hoax to orchestrate his own murder to achieve fame and fortune was a bad prank," Salnick said. "It was never anyone's intention to harm anyone."

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...,7699989.story
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    Quote Originally Posted by Softail View Post
    Really?

    Dippolito defense: Dalia thought she was acting for a reality show

    Dalia Dippolito never planned to have her husband killed, her attorney told a jury on Tuesday. Rather, she thought she was acting in a reality show orchestrated by her husband to achieve fame and publicity.

    In his opening statement in her murder-for-hire trial, defense attorney Michael Salnick said Michael Dippolito was a controlling husband who duped his wife into taking part in his hoax.

    "Michael Dippolito's hoax to orchestrate his own murder to achieve fame and fortune was a bad prank," Salnick said. "It was never anyone's intention to harm anyone."

    http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/...,7699989.story
    Well that is a novel defense. Kinda a new version of "it's all his fault."

    from the link

    Later they confronted her, brought her face-to-face with her husband and arrested her. Her reaction and arrest also were caught on video, which will be evidence in the trial.
    That will be real interesting.
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    But boy wouldn't that be something if he actually did trick her into a plot that puts her behind bars? That would be a great TV episode for one of the various cop/CSI/ME shows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy View Post
    But boy wouldn't that be something if he actually did trick her into a plot that puts her behind bars? That would be a great TV episode for one of the various cop/CSI/ME shows.
    How exactly could her husband have done it? According to that article, it was her boyfriend that contacted the police about the murder plan, not her husband.

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    WEST PALM BEACH A jury this afternoon convicted Dalia Dippolito of trying to hire a hitman to kill her newlywed husband in 2009.

    The jury of six took barely three hours to come back with a guilty verdict on the one count of solicitation to commit first-degree murder.

    The 29-year-old Dippolito barely showed any emotion as the verdict was read. Dippolito, who now faces up to 30 years in prison, was led quietly out of the packed courtroom in handcuffs by sheriff's deputies.

    Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/05/1...#ixzz1MQCa1af0

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisy7 View Post
    WEST PALM BEACH — A jury this afternoon convicted Dalia Dippolito of trying to hire a hitman to kill her newlywed husband in 2009.

    The jury of six took barely three hours to come back with a guilty verdict on the one count of solicitation to commit first-degree murder.

    The 29-year-old Dippolito barely showed any emotion as the verdict was read. Dippolito, who now faces up to 30 years in prison, was led quietly out of the packed courtroom in handcuffs by sheriff's deputies.

    Read more: http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/05/1...#ixzz1MQCa1af0

    Great news! This woman was certainly a few cents short of a nickel. She really thought she would get away with it. IMO.

    From the article:
    She likened Dippolito to poison candy: attractive outside, deadly inside.


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