Feminist Lady Cop Valerie Cincinelli Jailed For 4 Years After She Hired A Hitman To Murder Her Estranged Husband And Her Boyfriend’s Fifteen Year Old Daughter
Feminist lady cop Valerie Cincinelli tried to kill her estranged husband and her boyfriend’s teenage daughter via a grisly murder-for-hire plot. She was sentenced to four years in prison.
Her boyfriend, DiRubba, confessed to the bizarre murder-for-hire plot and began working as a confidential source for the FBI, claiming that his cop-girlfriend wanted her hubby dead amid a bitter divorce and custody battle.
Cincinelli was arrested in and agreed to a plea deal that dropped two counts of murder-for-hire against her.
Her estranged husband, Carvalho, slammed the deal as a “free pass.”
“When I found out about the plea I was furious. I thought she was being given a free pass. I truly believe she will find someone to finish the job [when she gets out],” Carvalho told the court.
Carvalho asked the judge to give the maximum sentence, arguing that his ex-wife is a “narcissistic sociopath” and a “master manipulator.”
As their relationship went on, he said he “saw another side that was her true self.”
“Someone who is cruel, selfish. She became verbally abusive and physically abusive. The only thing that mattered to her were material objects, material wants,” he said.
Prosecutors pointed to videos and audiotapes in which Cincinelli appeared “frustrated the murders have not yet been completed” and came off as “someone who only cares about herself.”
“It’s made all the more reprehensible because she was a police officer,” Assistant US Attorney Catherine Mirabile said.
In handing down the sentence, United States District Judge Joanna Seybert said she agreed with prosecutors that the murder-for-hire was “plotted” by the former officer.
“Ms. Cincinelli, with all the love you have from your family it shocks me you still play the victim,” Seybert said.
Seybert noted that other defendants are typically from broken homes, drug addicts and other troubled circumstances.
“You made a very nice salary. You don’t have an addiction,” Seybert said.