GUILTY NY - Jeanine Cammarata, 37, teacher, didn’t show up at work, Staten Island, 30 Mar 2019 *ARRESTS*

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  1. Inthedetails

    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    I have no words, but boy does my heart go out to Jeanine.

    Where are you, Jeanine?

    jmo
     
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  2. Alice253

    Alice253 Live Every Moment

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    I hope DCS has stepped in and has the children. Surely they have.
     
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  3. epiphany

    epiphany Well-Known Member

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    I watched a video that said the estranged husband's home is in Far Rockaway, and the divorce and/or custody proceedings have been going on for about a year & a half.

    In video at link below, reporter states they both had filed mutual DV complaints against each other in the past, but her attorney said they had withdrawn the paperwork.

    Husband charged with assault in search for missing mom of 3 from Staten Island

    Anyone know what his occupation is?
     
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  4. cass523

    cass523 Well-Known Member

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    I thought he hit her when she went to his home Saturday night. Then they let her rest there. Am I Wrong? Charged from a prior assault.

    "The estranged husband of a missing Staten Island teacher has been charged with several misdemeanor counts, including assault, stemming from previous incidents involving the woman, police said.

    Michael Cammarata, 42, of Queens, is charged with third-degree assault and multiple counts of harassment, according to a spokeswoman for the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.

    The suspect allegedly struck Jeanine Cammarata, 37, of New Brighton, multiple times in the body on a previous date and made unwanted contact on multiple occasions, the police spokeswoman said.

    The exact dates of those incidents are not currently available."

    Estranged husband charged in prior assault on missing Staten Island teacher Jeanine Cammarata
     
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  5. cass523

    cass523 Well-Known Member

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  6. Minou

    Minou Concerned Citizen of the World

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    I wonder how he got her to go to his house? Aside from not showing up at the agreed upon place. I wonder if he threatened her. :(
     
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  7. missingm

    missingm Well-Known Member

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    They are cleaning up their reporting. That previous article was a mess that they were just updating and inserting into an original article. It had several inconsistencies. The new article you reference appears to be a complete rewrite with what they know.

    The video mentioned in the post after yours only references "sources", so that can be part of the same bad reporting from the article. Someone likely heard he admitted to assault and just assumed the Saturday night part.

    Sometimes we have to view MSM with a jaded eye. Just an hour or so ago I looked at the latest article from slive.com and thought they should just start over. They even spelled Jeanine's name wrong in one of the updates.
     
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    missingm Well-Known Member

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    I don't believe she went to his house at this time.
     
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  9. Jmoose

    Jmoose Well-Known Member

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    I would think that the children would be in the care of DCS, since JC is missing, and MC has been arrested. Not likely that they would leave them in the care of the girlfriend-hopefully her family has them?
     
  10. cass523

    cass523 Well-Known Member

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    The estranged husband of a missing Staten Island teacher and mother of three is facing charges in connection with an alleged domestic violence incident that took place on Monday, law enforcement sources say.

    Jeanine Cammarata, 37, was reported missing Monday night, the NYPD said. She was last seen at a home in New Springville on Staten Island around 9 p.m. Saturday, according to police.

    Her estranged husband Michael Cammarata has been charged with assault, harassment and stalking on Tuesday in connection with the Monday incident, the sources said Wednesday.

    Michael Cammarata allegedly hit the teacher multiple times. He also allegedly stalked her on several previous dates, according to the sources.

    He has not been charged in connection with her disappearance. His attorney information wasn't immediately available Wednesday.

    Missing NYC Teacher's Husband Charged With Assault: Sources

    That makes sense missingmom Thank you
     
  11. epiphany

    epiphany Well-Known Member

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    In the video at cass' link, Jeanine's landlord states she told him she had not seen her children in at least 2 months.

    Husband must be adept at gaslighting!
     
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  12. Inthedetails

    Inthedetails Well-Known Member

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    That is new info. I assumed they were exchanging every week.

    Seems like he was not about to return the kids. So, did she drive out there to insist on getting the kids? Or did he show up in Staten Island without the kids to harass her on the eve of their court hearing?

    jmo
     
  13. epiphany

    epiphany Well-Known Member

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    And what was the sound of broken glass from that woke the landlord/friend up from his sleep?

    And what night was that I wonder?

    How has husband gotten away w/ not turning over children for that length of time? What's he do for a living?
     
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  14. MuddyTires

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    Maybe a jaded eye sometimes, but a critical and skeptical eye all the time! Among the several things the information age has revealed is that MSM organizations, like all organizations, are just groups of human beings, and human beings make lots of mistakes; make errors in judgment; filter and process information through their own prejudices, biases, and perspectives; are susceptible to confirmation bias; and will often get caught up in her mentality. And the nature of modern media consumption, wanting information as quickly as possible and as frequently as possible, makes it more likely that the inherently fallible human beings in the MSM will trade a some thoroughness and accuracy for speed. And of course, the media is relying on other inherently fallible human beings who may be passing along information that is intentionally or unintentionally inaccurate or incomplete, conjecture presented as fact, hearsay, or presented with words that are imprecise and or capable of multiple interpretations.
     
  15. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    Yes. This week’s appearance was a last ditch effort by the courts to get Jeanine and her husband to agree on a custody / visitation arrangement. If no agreement could be met, which looks to be the case, they would begin trial at the end of April. In custody cases where a trial looks to be likely, it is scheduled in advance of other appearances. This is usually due to scheduling restrictions on the part of the presiding judge and individual lawyers on the case, with the severity of the allegations being taken into consideration. Full disclosure: the judge they were set to appear before, Ralph Porzio, was my lawyer back in 2017 when I was fighting my husband for custody of our child. Ralph only recently left private practice in January, after being elected as a Supreme Court judge. He’s tough as hell. MC is not very bright — he’s never been bright IMO. There’s no way Porzio would grant joint custody, and I bet MC knew that. Jeanine was surely going to get sole custody, and Mc parenting time, possibly supervised if not already. MC didn’t bother to even hire a lawyer or request a legal aid to be assigned. He’s listed as pro se on the docket. Makes you wonder why he didn’t bother getting counsel.
     
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  16. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    It’s ACS here in NY, and I can guarantee they were already involved given the history of DV between JC and MC.
     
  17. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    So, here’s a piece of terrifying info for you.

    Both parents have equal custodial rights at the outset of divorce proceedings. A parent cannot be charged with kidnapping either, btw. Only after a judge has ordered the parents to abide by a custody / visitation schedule can the non-custodial parent be arrested for violating a court order. Until you get in front of a judge.... nothing can be done. My husband ran off with my daughter for 6 weeks. I could not get the courts to do anything until we appeared before a judge for a hearing. We were not legally divorced yet.... which means equal rights to the child. Very scary.
     
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  18. Brooklyngirl84

    Brooklyngirl84 Well-Known Member

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    Postal worker.


    It’s in the best benefit of the kids to withdraw the paperwork, if possible. No restraining order eliminates the need for a third party present during custody exchanges. Smh this is all too familiar.
     
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  19. Jmoose

    Jmoose Well-Known Member

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    Jeez-what is it with postal workers and violent behavior?? I guess maybe that isn’t a fair response...I’m really sad for this woman’s family, especially for her children
     
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