So I Guess We Can Add Murder To The List Of This Attorney’s Crimes

So I Guess We Can Add Murder To The List Of This Attorney's Crimes

Oh, you didn’t know about the list of  Murder? Yeah, that’s because this guy seems to have his hands in everything. In addition to embezzlement and money laundering, he hired a hitman to kill his wife and son (yes, they’re dead). But wait, it gets better!

He was also stealing from insurance companies, who were paying him not to help victims of the state-wide flooding they experienced last year. Yeah, I don’t even know what to say about this one—other than the fact that I hope he goes to jail forever.

*This Is Why We Need More Women In Politics

If you haven’t heard, a South Carolina attorney has been indicted on two counts of murder in connection with the death of his wife and son.

He’s also been charged with embezzlement, money laundering, hitman solicitation, and insurance fraud. What he hasn’t been charged with? Being a woman. And that needs to change.

We need more women in politics who will push for legislation that provides financial support for work/life balance issues like family leave and childcare, so men can have more opportunities to participate in the care of their children and families without risking their professional success (or their lives).

*This Is Why She Lost Her Second Congressional Bid

Clementa Pinckney was an attorney who was indicted for the murder of his wife and young son. He also is accused of embezzlement, money laundering, hiring a hitman, insurance fraud, and drug possession.

It seems that this man was more than just corrupt in his profession- he knew no boundaries when it came to committing crimes. He tried to run for Congress in 2010 but lost because he had been charged with insurance fraud at the time.

If convicted of all charges, it will be interesting to see what sentence they hand down to him- or if he’ll get off scot-free like many other criminals before he has done.

*This Is Why He Had Two Wives

Everyone knows that there is always more to the story than meets the eye, but this is just the next level. He had two wives and a history of bad behavior that included stealing, insurance fraud, and drug dealing. He wanted both his wives dead so he could get all their money. What a psycho.

*This Is A Different Kind Of Crime Family

If you’re looking for a more affluent type of criminal, then you may have found your guy. The attorney in question has been indicted for the murder of his wife and son after he was found to be involved in several other serious crimes. In addition to those two murders,

this guy is also facing charges of embezzlement, money laundering, a hitman plot, and insurance fraud that are worth millions. This is not your average getaway with breaking into an old lady’s house kind of crime family-this attorney is facing some serious jail time if convicted on all accounts.

*This Was What Ended His Career As A Lawyer

In light of the recent murder charges being filed against a South Carolina attorney, it looks like his career as a lawyer is finished. He was indicted on Thursday for the murder of his wife and son on top of the ’embezzlement, money laundering, hitman, insurance plot, oxy’ stuff he was already facing. In addition to the indictment of first-degree murder charges, he was also indicted on two counts of possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance.

*These Are What Got Him In Trouble With The SEC

In 2008, John D. D’Agostino began collecting money from clients for a scheme that he claimed would provide them with shares in a startup company.

However, the SEC found out about his scheme and charged him with fraud. He pleaded guilty to the charges and served two years in prison before being released on parole in 2010. In 2012, he was indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiracy to commit mail fraud and wire fraud. He was convicted of this charge as well as embezzlement, money laundering, hiring an undercover hitman to murder his wife and son on top of the embezzlement, money laundering, and assassin plot stuff we already mentioned here earlier.

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