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Dead man found in Brooklyn waters chained to cinder block identified as mobster’s son
Carmine Carini Jr’s remains was found Saturday in Brooklyn waters, a few blocks from his house in Mill Basin, in Brooklyn, NY
The body had severe skull fracture, stabbed repeatedly in the arm and leg, wrapped in a tarp and duct-taped at his waist 
Carmine Carini, 35, is the son of namesake convicted mobster Carmine Carini, 58, who was convicted in 1983 for a mob style hit
The dad’s conviction was vacated in 2007 after two informants pointed to his cousins as the culprits, but the notorious robber went back to jail for fresh crimes
The younger also had a record and has served time in prison
Carmine Carini 1.pngThe battered body of second generation mobster Carmine Carini [photo] surfaced Saturday in the waters in Brooklyn

A battered remains of found Saturday in Brooklyn waters stabbed, wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinderblock has been identified by police as belonging to a second generation mobster.
The body of Carmine Carini was found Saturday in the waters off Ave. U and E. 58th Street, a few blocks from his house in Mill Basin, Brooklyn.
The victim is named after his father Carmine Carini, 58, a New York mobster who was convicted in the 1980’s for a mob-style hit and served 23 years in prison for murder, police said Tuesday.
Carini Jr, 35 was found wrapped in a blue tarp, his ankles and knees bound with duct tape and tied to a cinder block, was found floating in the waters off southern Brooklyn, police said.
An orange rope had been tied to his feet. And the rope was affixed to the cinder block apparently used to weigh the body down.
A pedestrian spotted the body floating in Brooklyn waters at the Mill Basin inlet about 11 a.m., Saturday cops said. The witness flagged down a passing fire truck, and a firefighter called police.
An autopsy determined he had been killed by blunt force trauma and the case had been ruled a homicide. Giving details, police said the dead mobster  had been stabbed repeatedly in the arm and leg and his skull was badly fractured, sources said.
The head trauma, which is said to be the cause of death, was so extensive detectives had to identify him through his fingerprints.

Police find Carmine Carini's body wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinder block 3Police prepare to transport Carini’s remains to the ME’s office for the Autopsy, Saturday

The older Carini was convicted of shooting a Brooklyn record store owner three times in the head and dumping him out of a car in an October 1983 mob-style hit.
A judge ordered the older Carini’s conviction vacated in 2007 after two Mafia informants told prosecutors Carini didn’t have a direct role in the slaying. They pointed to his cousins Vincent and Eddie Carini as being actually responsible for the murder.
Before he was allowed to go free Carini had to plead guilty to manslaughter. He did and was released with time served.

Police find Carmine Carini's body.jpgCarmine Carini had obviously been tortured. His skull was badly fractured, and he’d been stabbed multiple times in the arms and legs. Death was caused by the head trauma, police said

Barely a year after his release, the older Carini was back in jail following a spate of home invasion robberies. He was finally charged with pistol-whipping the father of an aspiring teen pop star during one such robbery on Staten Island. He was also accused of busting into a house with a police shield claiming to have a warrant to look for drugs.
After his conviction in 2008, he was not to taste freedom again until this past July 7.
Carmine Carini junior was arrested four times previously, a police source said. One of them, a Queens robbery case was dismissed.  He was once arrested for possession of hundreds of tablets of powerful painkillers and was sentenced to a year in jail.
In 2003, he and an accomplice were arrested for robbery and menacing in Brooklyn after they forcibly took cash from five different victims.

  Carmine Carini Sr and Carmine Carini Jr durin a prison visit 2.jpgCarmine Carini, father and son during a jail visit to the older man. Carini Sr was just released from jail July 7, after another long stint, this time for robbery
Police find Carmine Carini's body wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinder block.jpgCarini’s body was found wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinder block, which police said was designed to stop it from floating

The victims told police that Carini and his accomplice put a machete to their necks before snatching the cash.
In several of the cases, Carini was accused of screaming at his fellow robber to stab the victim. A five year prison sentence was the outcome of the guilty plea to the charge of first-degree robbery.
Making jail a habit like his dad, the younger Carini was released in 2009, but then twice violated his parole and had two more stints in prison in 2011 and 2014.
Having served the maxed sentence, in October 2015 he was released from state prison.

 

Dead man found in Brooklyn waters chained to cinderblock identified as mobster’s son

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A Brooklyn man whose body was found stabbed, wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinderblock is the son of a mobster who did 23 years in prison for murder, police sources said Tuesday.

The body of Carmine Carini, 35, was found Saturday in the waters off Ave. U and E. 58th St. — just a few blocks from his house in Mill Basin.

The tarp was duct-taped at his waist and he had been stabbed repeatedly in the arm and leg.

His skull was badly fractured, sources said. The head trauma killed him.

Man found in Brooklyn waters wrapped in tarp had skull cracked in

Detectives had to identify him through his fingerprints, sources said.

Carini is the son of Carmine Carini, 58, who was convicted of shooting a Brooklyn record store owner three times in the head and dumping him out of a car in an October 1983 mob-style hit.

The body of Carmine Carini (pictured) was found Saturday in the waters off Ave. U and E. 58th St. — just a few blocks from his house in Mill Basin.

The body of Carmine Carini (pictured) was found Saturday in the waters off Ave. U and E. 58th St. — just a few blocks from his house in Mill Basin.

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A judge ordered the older Carini’s conviction vacated in 2007 after two Mafia informants told prosecutors Carini didn’t have a direct role in the slaying.

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The informants said Carini’s cousins Vincent and Eddie Carini were actually responsible for the crime.

Dead man wrapped in tarp found floating in waters off Brooklyn

Before he was allowed to go free Carini had to plead guilty to manslaughter. He did and was released with time served.

Carmine Carini's skull was badly fractured, sources said. The head trauma killed him.

Carmine Carini’s skull was badly fractured, sources said. The head trauma killed him.

(THEODORE PARISIENNE/FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)

Barely a year after his release, the older Carini squandered his freedom by committing several home invasion robberies.

He was charged with pistol-whipping the father of an aspiring teen pop star during one such robbery on Staten Island. He was also accused of busting into a house with a police shield claiming to have a warrant to look for drugs.

He was convicted in 2008 and was just released from federal prison July 7.

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The younger Carini was arrested four times previously, a police source said. One of them, a Queens robbery case was dismissed.

He was once arrested for possession of hundreds of tablets of powerful painkillers and was sentenced to a year in jail.

In 2003, he and a second man were busted for robbery and menacing in Brooklyn for forcibly taking cash from five different victims, records show.

The victims told police that Carini and his accomplice put a machete to their necks before snatching the cash.

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In several of the cases, Carini was accused of screaming at his fellow robber to stab the victim.

Carini pleaded guilty to first-degree robbery and was sentenced to five years in prison.

Carini's boy was found wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinderblock

Carini’s boy was found wrapped in a tarp and chained to a cinderblock

(THEODORE PARISIENNE/FOR NEW YORK DAILY NEWS)

He was released in 2009 and then twice violated his parole and spent two more stints in prison in 2011 and 2014.

The younger Carini finally maxed out on his sentence in October 2015 and was released from state prison.

Update: Man pleads guilty – and is free to go

Relatives of the slain man declined to comment.

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2 Comments on Dead man found in Brooklyn waters chained to cinder block identified as Carmine Carini, son of namesake convicted mobster Carmine Carini

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