James DiMartino, shot, victim

James DiMartino, shot, victim

There are 140 comments on the Newsday story from Oct 21, 2008, titled James DiMartino, shot, victim. In it, Newsday reports that:

James DiMartino's passions had many avenues: his family, his business, the Yankees and even his yearly Christmas display, friends said yesterday.

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Since: Aug 08

Now a Ghetto

#1 Oct 21, 2008
So after reading all that, what happened to the guy ???
Not A Mind Reader

Coram, NY

#3 Oct 21, 2008
So who shot him and why? What kind of news story is this where it doesn't even say what happened to the guy?
Dani Jr

Bronx, NY

#4 Oct 22, 2008
Agreed ... like what and where.....and probably why....

“Happy Guinness Christmas !”

Since: Dec 07

(J)ust (E)nd (T)he (S)eason

#5 Oct 22, 2008
big deal, he was Criminal Defense Attorney
cuz

Carrboro, NC

#6 Oct 22, 2008
He was not a Criminal Defense Attorney. He worked in Real Estate. Any loss to a man with 4 daughters is tragic no matter what happened.
Guinness Drinker wrote:
big deal, he was Criminal Defense Attorney

Since: Sep 08

Charlotte, NC

#7 Oct 22, 2008
Not A Mind Reader wrote:
So who shot him and why? What kind of news story is this where it doesn't even say what happened to the guy?
There seems to be little information given to the press because the police are still investigating the crime. It will not be solved in 30 minutes.
jericho

Bronx, NY

#8 Oct 23, 2008
Guinness Drinker wrote:
big deal, he was Criminal Defense Attorney
you are a idiot.. get a life loser
his sister

Edison, NJ

#9 Oct 23, 2008
Big deal, he wasn't a criminal attoryne, he was a real estate attorney, so get your facts straight. And as far as the why he was shot, we don't know yet, the detectives are investigating, give them a chance to do their job and have some compassion, he was a real person, with a family.
his sister

Edison, NJ

#10 Oct 23, 2008
Amen Cuz, he was a good man a loving father and husband and a hard worker. He was a beautiful human being shot down in his prime.
Solid Citizen

Reisterstown, MD

#11 Oct 23, 2008
his sister wrote:
Big deal, he wasn't a criminal attoryne, he was a real estate attorney, so get your facts straight. And as far as the why he was shot, we don't know yet, the detectives are investigating, give them a chance to do their job and have some compassion, he was a real person, with a family.
Was he involved with that sweetheart rael estate deal that Obama's buddy Rezko appears to have cooked up for Barack and Michelle?
Donna DiMartino

Edison, NJ

#12 Oct 23, 2008
Solid Citizen wrote:
<quoted text> Was he involved with that sweetheart rael estate deal that Obama's buddy Rezko appears to have cooked up for Barack and Michelle?
I guess I am naive, I never realized what a really sick world with so many sick people we really have, but after reading your comments and so many others I see how true it is. You have no heart and you probably never lost anyone really close to you, because I promise you when that does happen, your mouth will be shut and tears will fall from your eyes. That's what's happening here. 100's of people came to see my brother today, he was a good man a hard worker just trying to provide for his wife and children. I have nothing more to say to you, except, find Jesus.

“Happy Guinness Christmas !”

Since: Dec 07

(J)ust (E)nd (T)he (S)eason

#14 Oct 24, 2008
jericho wrote:
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you are a idiot.. get a life loser
feel better now that you got that one off your chest ?
Billy

Hollis, NY

#15 Oct 24, 2008
You're a gutless moron your hatred of Obama has absolutely nothing to do with this man's tragic death. Vote for McCain and shut your stupid mouth..
Solid Citizen wrote:
<quoted text> Was he involved with that sweetheart rael estate deal that Obama's buddy Rezko appears to have cooked up for Barack and Michelle?
Billy

Hollis, NY

#16 Oct 24, 2008
My condolences go out to you and your family. As a father of a 4 year old girl I feel the pain for your nieces who lost their father.. Hopefully your faith can get you threw this tragedy. My prayers are with you and your family..
Donna DiMartino wrote:
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I guess I am naive, I never realized what a really sick world with so many sick people we really have, but after reading your comments and so many others I see how true it is. You have no heart and you probably never lost anyone really close to you, because I promise you when that does happen, your mouth will be shut and tears will fall from your eyes. That's what's happening here. 100's of people came to see my brother today, he was a good man a hard worker just trying to provide for his wife and children. I have nothing more to say to you, except, find Jesus.
Craig Nesconset

New York, NY

#17 Oct 24, 2008
Ignore the idiots of the world and focus on your family I am sorry for your and your families loss

tragedy again strikes in Nesconset these poor children who should be sheltered at their early age are learning way to often of death and tragedies

Since: Sep 08

Charlotte, NC

#18 Oct 24, 2008
You will find the answer to these mystery homicides in one of three reasons, either singularly or in a combination of money, sex and drugs. Mr. DiMartino at first glance looks to be the ideal family man who was a tireless worker. That would probably leave out the sex and drugs angle. Interested to find out what this lucrative deal was about, a possible money angle. He was definitely set up by someone who felt slighted, hope the answers to this don't hit close to home.
John

Omaha, NE

#19 Oct 24, 2008
Guinness Drinker wrote:
big deal, he was Criminal Defense Attorney
This is the most idiotic and ignorant posting I have ever seen. Think next time before you post such a hurtful comment. How do you think his family feels after reading your comments??

Jim was a r/e attorney, one that I personally used two times. He was such a nice guy, and probably the hardest worker I have ever seen. He had a great personality, sense of humor, and was just a real down-to-earth person. My heart and prayers go out to his family.
Solid Citizen

Reisterstown, MD

#20 Oct 24, 2008
Donna DiMartino wrote:
<quoted text>
I guess I am naive, I never realized what a really sick world with so many sick people we really have, but after reading your comments and so many others I see how true it is. You have no heart and you probably never lost anyone really close to you, because I promise you when that does happen, your mouth will be shut and tears will fall from your eyes. That's what's happening here. 100's of people came to see my brother today, he was a good man a hard worker just trying to provide for his wife and children. I have nothing more to say to you, except, find Jesus.
Condolences and prayers during this difficult time...comments regarding Obama's shady real estate deals should not have ben posted here
Chip-Little Neck

Ozone Park, NY

#21 Oct 25, 2008
James was a great friend and I know a great father,husband and brother.I grew up with James.We played curb ball,hide and seek,baseball,stickball and all the game kids do growing up.He was good natured then and those traits generally don't change.When 100 plus people attend to show their support there going because they care about a person who cared about them.Negative comments and hurtful and those posting them are ignorant.My prayers are with the entire Dimartino family.They will find who's responsible and they will get what they deserve.
Alex Ott - Nesconset

Westbury, NY

#22 Oct 25, 2008
Donna DiMartino wrote:
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I guess I am naive, I never realized what a really sick world with so many sick people we really have, but after reading your comments and so many others I see how true it is. You have no heart and you probably never lost anyone really close to you, because I promise you when that does happen, your mouth will be shut and tears will fall from your eyes. That's what's happening here. 100's of people came to see my brother today, he was a good man a hard worker just trying to provide for his wife and children. I have nothing more to say to you, except, find Jesus.
Very sorry to hear about your brother. If it is the same Jim DiMartino I went to Pines Elementary with even sadder. He was a great guy then and through Hauppauge High. He will be in my prayers and your family as well.

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