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NY cop caught in botched double-murder plot, weeps in court as audio and video tapes of plot recorded by undercover cop are played in court – Valerie Cincinelli is charged with enlisting her boyfriend to find a hitman who could murder her husband, and lover’s child

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It was ll for the money prosectours said explaining motives behind double murder scheme by New York police Officer Valerie Cincinelli who is charged with enlisting her boyfriend to find a hitman who could execute a contract for two murders
The makings of the botched murder plot playd out ina court hearing for NYPD officer Valerie Cincinelli who is accused of scheming to kill her husband, and lover’s 15-year-old daughter
Prosecutors argued that in Cincinelli’s pending divorce, there was an apparent settlement and that her ex Isaiah Carvalho, was expected to get 15% of her pension, which she found distasteful 
 
Valerie Cincinelli 4New York police Officer Valerie Cincinelli [center] has been charged with enlisting her boyfriend to find a hitman who could execute a contract for two murders

The words are recorded — but their meaning got two wildly different interpretations Monday at a bail hearing for an NYPD officer charged with ordering a hit on her estranged husband and her lover’s teenage daughter.

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NYPD Officer Valerie Cincinelli, charged with hiring an FBI agent posing as a hit man in a botched plot to kill estranged spouse Isaiah Carvalho and lover John DiRubba’s 15-year-old daughter Victoria, burst into tears when she spotted family members in the courtroom.

Valerie Cincinelli and her husband Isaiah Carvalho Jr. 2Cincinelli [left] has been charged with enlisting her boyfriend to find a hitman who could murder her fhusband, Isaiah Carvalho [right] and her boyfriend’s daughter. The pair have been locked in a custoy battle

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Hours of audio and video, some of it muffled, were then presented, recordings of Cincinelli and DiRubba’s conversations prior to her May 17 arrest for allegedly scheming to have Carvalho and the teen girl killed.
Cincinelli’s attorney claims the tapes only go to prove she never asked her boyfriend to kill her estranged husband and DiRubba’s child. Furthermore, no money ever changed hands, the defense claimed.
The prosecution however,  insists the tapes present Cincinelli as an angry, vindictive schemer.
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At the hearing’s end, Judge Sandra Feuerstein ordered a psychological evaluation and medical exam for Cincinelli, remanded her back to jail with no bail, and set her next court date for Sept. 17 — a time frame that triggered a fresh flood of tears from Cincinelli.

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At the hearing’s end, Judge Sandra Feuerstein ordered a psychological evaluation and medical exam for Cincinelli, remanded her back to jail with no bail, and set her next court date for Sept. 17 — a time frame that triggered a fresh flood of tears from Cincinelli.
“We submit that it is palpably clear that she did not give (DiRubba) $7,000 to give to anybody to commit any murders,” Cincinelli’s lawyer, James Kousouros, argued during the hearing. “There was no deed that was going to be carried out.“
“On these tapes you will hear him fishing for her to say something (to) corroborate … you can hear my client’s attitude towards the man you call her boyfriend and co-conspirator. She is mocking him … That is a significant legal problem for the government.”

Isiah Carvalho 2Motive: Prosecutors argued that in Cincinelli’s pending divorce, there was an apparent settlement and that her ex Isaiah Carvalho, [photo], was expected to get 15% of her pension, which she found distasteful 
Valerie Cincinelli 2“If there is anyone who knows how to get around the system, it is the defendant,” prosector Catherine Mirabile told the court. “Valerie Cincinelli does what she wants. She is not the victim, she is the perpetrator“
It was DiRubba who tipped the FBI in February to Cincinelli’s alleged role in the failed murder-for-hire plots, eventually working as an informant until her arrest.

In Kousouros’s explanation of the plot, when police came to Cincinelli’s house claiming her husband was dead, she immediately turned on DiRubba.

“She never thought the man could do anything such as that,” he said. “This was not her idea, it was his. She never intended anybody any harm.”

But Assistant U.S. Attorney Catherine Mirabile argued Cincinelli is the dangerous one, and that she continues “to obstruct justice.”

“If there is anyone who knows how to get around the system, it is the defendant,” Mirabile said. “Her family and friends have no control over her. What moral compass did they provide to her when she plotted to kill two people?”

“Valerie Cincinelli does what she wants. She is not the victim, she is the perpetrator.“

Mirabile argued that in Cincinelli’s pending divorce, there was an apparent settlement and that her ex was expected to get 15% of the money.
He demanded an additional $3,000 to kill DiRubba

“She was angry about the money her ex-husband was going to get. She was trying to protect her pension,” Mirabile argued — adding Cincinelli had reason to resent DiRubba’s daughter as well.

“The defendant expressed anger and dissatisfaction with DiRubba who was spending money on his daughter (like an iPhone). She would complain, ‘you shouldn’t spend money on her, spend money on me and my children,’” Mirabile said. “She didn’t like that her boyfriend was buying his daughter gifts.”

Outside the courtroom, Patrick Roach, stepfather of Carvalho, was unmoved by Cincinelli’s tears — or defense.

“I’m hoping for the best outcome which is her confinement, her going to jail for what she did,” he said. “I think she’s guilty. The best outcome here is her going to prison, absolutely.”

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