Massimo Marenghi Wiki – Massimo Marenghi Biography
Massimo Marenghi 56, started his plot to kill his wife after he “complained” about her filing a restraining order against him A Massachusetts man who unknowingly hired an undercover FBI agent to kill his wife has pleaded guilty. Massimo Marenghi, 56, entered the plea on Thursday, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the District of Massachusetts said in a release. He is scheduled to be sentenced on June 8.
On New Year’s Day 2021, someone told authorities that Marenghi “had complained that her wife was seeking a restraining order against her” and asked for their help in killing her. The FBI ordered the anonymous person to introduce Marenghi to an agent purporting to be a hit man. On January 20 of that year, “Marenghi met with the undercover agent and sought help to ‘eliminate’ his problem,” the statement said, adding that Marenghi gave the agent a photo of his wife’s home and told him how to avoid being seen by cameras.
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The age of Massimo Marenghi is 56 years.
Massimo Marenghi accused of killing wife
Marenghi and the undercover agent met for a second time on January 29, 2021, according to the statement, and Marenghi gave him a $1,500 cash deposit “for the murder and explained that the sooner the ‘demolition work’ is done , the sooner you will be able to pay the balance owed.” He gave the agent a photo of his wife, as well as a description of his car. He told the agent the opening hours of his business and when he would be with his children, “which he said would be the ‘best time for construction work to begin,'” authorities said.
Marenghi could face up to 10 years in prison, three years of supervised release and a fine of up to $250,000. Also on January 29, 2021, Special Agent Bryce Ferrara filed an affidavit charging Marenghi with “committing murder-for-hire,” according to court documents seen by PEOPLE.
During their first meeting with him on January 20, Marenghi told the agent that he needed a “situation” for him to “take care of” regarding his “future” ex-wife. Asked by the agent if he wanted to “get rid of it,” Marenghi said, “Yeah, I need to… get rid of that problem.”
The agent then told him, “I mean, we can make it look like an accident…it’s his decision,” to which Marenghi replied, “Yeah, well, I mean, obviously, that’s the best way.” Marenghi and the agent agreed that Marenghi would pay $10,000 for the murder of his wife, according to the file. It is not clear if Marenghi has an attorney who can comment on his behalf.Read More…..