Dead Man Found In Brooklyn Waters Chained To A Cinder Block Has Been ID'd As Mobster's Son

Submitted by: trimble 3 months ago in News & Politics

Carmine Carini Jr. (the last photo of him is with his incarcerated father.)

In a report from the New York Times, the corpse found in cement overshoes in the waters off Brooklyn over the weekend has been identified as a member of a notorious local mob family, police said Tuesday.

The body of Carmine Carini Jr., 35, was found Saturday near East 58th Street and Avenue U near his residence in Mill Basin — with a cinder block bound to his legs with an electrical cord and his body wrapped in a blue tarp sealed with duct tape.

“It was right out of ‘GoodFellas,’ ” a law enforcement source said.

NYPD Chief of Detectives Robert Boyce said at a press conference Tuesday, “The victim was a reputed mobster’s son. His father had the OC [organized crime] ties, not him. Right now, we’re in an active investigation to see who was in his life at the time.”

Carini died from blunt-force trauma to the head but had also been stabbed, police sources said. He was identified through fingerprints.

Carini’s dad — also named Carmine — is an associate of the Colombo crime family, a police source said.

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There are 6 comments:
Male 6,271
I am glad (is that the right emotion?) that the decided to feed the Ichthian races with his meat rather than the equaine or the human races.
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Male 4,377
You always have to appreciate when someone prefers to do their job in a classic style.
Say what you want but that is Pride in workmanship
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Male 1,024
dm2754 Nope.  The body was found and identified. That's pretty much a fail.
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Male 21,084
punko Good point, a seasoned pro makes sure the body is never recovered. Not enough cinder blocks is my guess.
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Male 1,024
fancylad The fingertips were left on - not professional.
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Male 1,891
See, this is classic.  If someone is doing something you don't  like, go after their kids.  Sure it's not fair to the kid and it rarely fixes the current problem but it does send a message to other about what the stakes really are.

This is the same reason why DACA needed to be repealed.  The parents broke the law by invading our territory and settling; the kids had no choice in the matter.  So by letting the kids got off without punishment actually provides an incentive for the parents to keep doing the wrong thing.  On the other hand, if you send the kids back to their home country where they have no friends or cultural ties, their life will suck pretty bad for a long while thus providing the incentive for people to immigrate legally (to avoid future pain to their children)
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