Apr 29, 2011
Michael Dippolito met Dalia Dippolito in 2008 when he called an escort service while his wife was out of town. When his wife returned to town he told her to move out and that he wanted a divorce. Five days after the divorce was finalized he and Dalia got married not long after that the $225,000 townhouse was transferred into Dalias name. Ok fastforward a bit, Dalia hires a hitman to kill her husband and the entire scene is caught on tape, it is a ruse. But Dalia does not know this and thinks she is really hiring someone to kill her husband. So obviously she gets arrested with a great deal of evidence against her.
Her defense attorney really had to reach to come up with a defense for Dalia, and I think they have achieved just that. Her defense claims that her and her husband concocted a fairytale hitman story so that they could get a reality tv show. Of course her husband denies this and their is no proof to suggest this. Otherwise they would have taped something to send off to networks for their audition. This has to be the craziest nuttiest, wackiest defense theory I have ever heard. If one juror considers this theory and reasonable doubt takes charge I will completely loose it.
It serves Michael Dippolito right, he is a convicted felon, he has trafficked drugs on several occasions, stolen large sums of money in ponzi schemes and has an addiction to prostitutes and escorts. My issue is you deserved it Michael Dippolito.