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STEPMONSTER Richmond Hill Woman Sentenced to up to Life in Prison for Strangling Stepdaughter, 9, to Death

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A staffer from the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner prepares equipment to retrieve the body of Ashdeep Kaur, 9, from the bathroom of her 112th Street residence. Shamdai Arjun, 55, was sentenced on Monday to 22 years to life in prison after murdering Ashdeep on Aug. 19, 2016. File Photos

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Mobile Sports Betting in New York Far from a Done Deal By Michael V. Cusenza It’s not looking like a lock. With approximately two weeks to go in the 2019 State legislative session, mobile sports betting seems to be in the basement of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s palace of political preferences. “It’s possible,” Cuomo teased on WAMC radio last Tuesday, via a New York Post report. “I think the time is short and the list is long, so I would counsel the legislative leaders to get the priorities done, because these priorities are not easy.” Among the “priorities” on which the governor appears to have his sights set are legalizing recreational marijuana, driver’s licenses for the undocumented residents of the Empire State, and rent control. Still, at least one area elected official characterized Cuomo’s radio remarks regarding sports betting becoming a reality in NY before the end of the 2019 legislative session as encouraging. “I strongly believe legalizing online sports betting would be an economic boon for New York State, and would capture revenue that otherwise flows across the border to New Jersey where residents can already bet with their phones or other mobile devices,” State Sen. Joe Addabbo, Jr. (D-Howard Beach), chairman of the

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“It is a shame that our residents who wish to participate and enjoy legal sports betting must jump ship to other states,” Sen. Addabbo said.

Senate Standing Committee on Racing, Gaming and Wagering, said last Wednesday. “Moving forward with mobile sports betting in our state would create new jobs while raising necessary funding for education and other vital public purposes. I look forward to working with the governor, my colleagues in the Senate and Assembly, and other interested stakeholders to green light

a mobile sports betting law that satisfies all constitutional concerns, while enabling us to take advantage of a new and significant source of revenue for New York State.” The “constitutional concerns” Addabbo referenced in his statement belong to Cuomo. According to the Post piece, State law only allows in-person sports gambling at four upstate casinos, and the governor has

previously said that allowing remote betting via a mobile-phone app would require an amendment to the State Constitution. However, Addabbo has argued that mobile gambling could be legalized without an amendment—via a referendum—so long as the computer servers used in the wagering are physically in those casinos. Addabbo told the Post that he and Cuomo, both alumni of Archbishop Molloy High School in Briarwood, are “not on the same page.” The senator has been pushing to legalize sports wagering in the Empire State since May 2018, when the U.S. Supreme Court lifted the federal ban. Earlier this year, Addabbo cited gaudy revenue numbers enjoyed by New Jersey in an effort to get the necessary votes to bring sports betting to New York. According to New Jersey’s Division of Gaming Enforcement, the Garden State took in $31.7 million in Sports Wagering Gross Revenue for the month of March alone. Additionally, for the first three months of 2019, Sports Waging Gross Revenue in New Jersey was at $63.2 million. “It is a shame that our residents who wish to participate and enjoy legal sports betting must jump ship to other states,” Addabbo said in April. “That is money taken out of our budget for important things like education.”

Former 106th Precinct Cop Fired by NYPD as She’s Indicted in Alleged Murder-for-Hire Plot By Michael V. Cusenza A disgraced former 106th Precinct police officer has pleaded not guilty to all charges outlined in an indictment accusing her of scheming to murder her estranged husband and the minor daughter of her current boyfriend. Valerie Cincinelli, 34, was arraigned Friday on two counts of murder for hire and one count of obstruction of justice, according to federal prosecutors. She was ordered held without bail and remains in custody in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn. The Oceanside, L.I., mother of two also learned late last week that she has been fired from the City Police Department following a tumultuous 12-year career. According to the indictment unsealed Thursday in federal court in Central Islip, an FBI investigation revealed that for the last four months, Cincinelli demanded that her boyfriend, Howard Beach resident John DiRubba, hire a hitman to murder Cincinelli’s estranged husband, Isaiah Carvalho, Jr., and DiRubba’s 14-year-old daughter, who resides in New Jersey. DiRubba, 54, turned to the feds for help. Between February 2019 and the present, according to authorities, Cincinelli

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Cincinelli was ordered held without bail and remains in custody in the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn.

and DiRubba discussed the murder-forhire plot both in person, as well as in communications over cell phones; some of said conversations were consensually recorded at the direction of FBI agents. During those conversations, Cincinelli allegedly made it known in no uncertain terms that she wanted Carvalho and the kid dead. DiRubba told Cincinelli that he knew someone who would kill both of them for $7,000. According to prosecutors, on or about

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Feb. 18, Cincinelli made a cash withdrawal of $7,000 from a TD Bank branch in Wantagh, L.I., to pay “the hitman.” Bank records confirm the cash withdrawal. Then, Cincinelli gave $7,000 in cash DiRubba to give to the hitman in payment for the murders. According to federal officials, at approximately 10:10 a.m. Friday, at the direction of FBI agents, Cincinelli was notified in person at her home that Carvalho had been murdered.

DiRubba was with Cincinelli at the time of the notification, outfitted with a recording device at the direction of law enforcement. Almost immediately after the Suffolk County detective left Oceanside, Cincinelli began to discussed her alibi—specifically, what she would tell the police if she were to be questioned about Carvalho’s death. Then, around 35 minutes later, an FBI agent, posing as the hitman, sent a text message to DiRubba, which included a photograph of Carvalho appearing dead in his car, and a demand for an additional $3,000 to kill DiRubba’s daughter. In response, Cincinelli instructed her boyfriend to delete the text messages and photographs, citing her fear that law enforcement could subpoena the phone. “The audio and video recordings of [Cincinelli] discussing the murders are extremely strong evidence of her intent to have them killed,” federal prosecutors said. Cincinelli, who was a Domestic Violence officer at the 106, had been on modified duty, with her firearms removed, since December 2017 after violating several department rules and regulations. According to a spokesman for the Brooklyn U.S. Attorney’s Office, the maximum prison sentence for murder for hire is 10 years; 20 years for obstruction of justice.


Richmond Hill Woman Sentenced to up to Life in Prison for Slaying 9-Year-Old Stepdaughter

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House of Horrors: Ashdeep’s body was found on Aug. 19, 2016, in the bathtub of her home on 112th Street.

By Michael V. Cusenza A Richmond Hill woman has been sentenced to 22 years to life in prison for the murder of her stepdaughter—a 9-year-old child who had recently immigrated to this country to be reunited with her father and his new family, Acting Queens District Attorney John Ryan announced on Monday. Last month, a jury convicted Shamdai Arjun, 55, of second-degree murder after deliberating for less than an hour, Ryan noted. According to trial testimony, at approximately 5:30 p.m. on Aug. 19, 2016, Arjun was seen by an eyewitness exiting the family’s 112th Street home and getting into a

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A crowd quickly gathered outside the home as news spread of the horrific crime.

car with her former husband, Raymond Narayan, 65, and her two grandchildren, ages 3 and 5. She was asked about her stepdaughter, Ashdeep Kaur, and why the light was on so long in the bathroom. Arjun informed the eyewitness that the child was in the bathroom taking a shower and was waiting for her father to pick her up. The eyewitness, who told detectives that she had observed a light on in the home’s bathroom since at least 3 p.m. and that “upon knocking on [the bathroom] door she received no response,” called the victim’s father and was instructed to break down the bathroom door. The witness called her own brother to help her gain

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Detectives escorted Shamdai Arjun out of the 102nd Precinct stationhouse.

entry into the windowless bathroom; after he broke down the door, the witness said she saw Ashdeep lying in the bathtub unresponsive. A report filed by the Medical Examiner’s Office determined that the cause of death was manual strangulation. Detectives responded to the residence of Arjun’s ex-husband and observed both Arjun and Narayan and the two grandchildren inside the apartment. Arjun allegedly refused to come out and refused to allow entry for more than an hour. Narayan later opened the door and both were apprehended. According to the complaint, an investi-

gator said he saw “scratches on Arjun’s neck and bruising on her left arm.” Narayan was charged with misdemeanor obstructing governmental administration. “The defendant in this case goes beyond the tales of evil stepmothers. This defendant committed the unimaginable—she wrapped her hands around her stepdaughter’s little neck and squeezed the life out of her,” Ryan said. “The victim was an innocent child and just 9 years old. The Court has imposed a sentence that will likely guarantee this woman never sees freedom again. The sentence of the Court is more than warranted in this tragic case.”

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Khan allegedly used a lighter to ignite flammable material inside rival Premium Supermarket at 1196 Liberty Ave. in Brooklyn.

By Forum Staff An Ozone Park storeowner has been indicted for allegedly torching a rival supermarket in Brooklyn in February, federal prosecutors announced on Friday. Mamunar Khan, 59, was previously arrested on May 6 on a complaint charging him with arson. According to the indictment, Khan is the co-owner of Deshi Bazaar, located 101st Avenue near Liberty Avenue and 75th Street. On Feb. 3, video footage recovered from the Premium Supermarket, located approximately three blocks away at 1196 Liberty Ave. in Brooklyn, showed Khan pushing a cart filled with unknown flammable material down an aisle in the store. Khan, wearing blue latex gloves, used a lighter to ignite the material, and then exited the store. As the fire spread

through the store, a second video camera recorded Khan driving away in a Mercedes-Benz SUV. The fire caused substantial damage to Premium Supermarket and the structure of the building. A witness told law enforcement agents that Khan had previously complained that the low prices at Premium Supermarket hurt business at his own nearby store. Khan was then interviewed by law enforcement agents. The following day, he left the country and traveled to Bangladesh. Khan was arrested three months later upon returning to the United States, according to officials. “Mamunar Khan put personal profit before public safety and put people’s lives at risk,” added City Police Commissioner Jim O’Neill. If convicted, Khan faces a mandatory minimum sentence of five years’ imprisonment, and a maximum of 20 years’ imprisonment.

Police on Saturday reached out to the public via social media for help in identifying the man in the picture who is wanted in connection with a recent number of thefts at a Lindenwood gym. According to the 106th Precinct Detective Squad, the suspect entered the

locker room at LA Fitness in Linden Center and broke into four lockers, removing cash, a wallet, credit cards, and a Gucci belt. Anyone with information is asked to call (718) 845-2261; reference case #2019-116. Photo Courtesy of NYPD

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By Forum Staff New legislation recently introduced in the U.S. Senate aims to help ease the financial burden of grandparents and other family caregivers who are raising children because of the opioid crisis, according to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (DN.Y.), one of the measure’s cosponsors. The Grandfamilies Act is based on the success of a bill that was signed into law last year to help grandparents easily find the resources they need when raising grandchildren such as navigating the school system, planning for their families’ future, addressing mental health issues for themselves and their grandchildren, and building social and support networks, Gillibrand noted. The measure would increase access to Social Security child’s benefits and the Tem-

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“The notion that the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund could one day cease to exist is unimaginable,” Councilman Miller said.

By Michael V. Cusenza Active duty and retired first responders, and selfless men and women who aided in the recovery effort at Ground Zero after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the city recently rallied in Manhattan with elected officials and advocates to continue to compel Congress to approve legislation that would make the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund permanent. Councilman I. Daneek Miller (D-St. Albans) and Councilwoman Margaret Chin (D-Manhattan) announced at last week’s demonstration that they have introduced Resolution 897, which calls on the Senate and House of Representatives to enact Never Forget the Heroes: Permanent Authorization of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund Act in order to make the VCF permanent, and provide it with full financing through Fiscal Year 2090. The bill has earned the bipartisan support of more than 330 congressional officials and is scheduled to be heard next month by the House Judiciary Committee, Miller noted. Sponsored by Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) and Rep. Carolyn Maloney (DQueens, Brooklyn, Manhattan), Never Forget the Heroes would ensure that all Sept. 11 first responders and survivors who have been injured by the toxins at Ground Zero and have certified Sept. 11 illnesses would receive their full compensation through the VCF now and into the future as more become ill with Sept. 11 cancers. The measure, which was introduced in February, would also close the disconcerting funding gap detailed earlier this year by VCF Special Master Rupa Bhattacharyya. In the fund’s Seventh Annual Status Report and Third Annual Reassessment of

Policies and Procedures, both published in February, Bhattacharyya indicated that a VCF funding shortfall—due in large part to an incredible escalation in the number of claims filed in 2018 on account of a surge in the rates of serious illnesses suffered by members of the Sept. 11 community and the increasing number of deaths that can be attributed to Sept. 11 exposure—has forced her to significantly decrease future payouts. For any claim or amendment submitted on or before Feb. 1, 2019, the payout will be reduced by 50 percent. For any claim or amendment submitted on or after Feb. 2, 2019, the payout will be reduced by 70 percent. “The stark reality of the data leaves me no choice,” Bhattacharyya said. Established in 2001 to support individuals who suffered physical harm or were killed as a result of the aircraft crashes of Sept. 11, 2001, or the debris removal efforts that took place in the immediate aftermath of those crashes, the VCF paid out more than $7 billion to the surviving family members of victims, as well as more than 2,600 other claimants who sustained related injuries, before it closed in 2004. It was reopened in 2011 after then-President Barack Obama signed the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act into law, which Congress reauthorized in 2015. “The notion that the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund could one day cease to exist is unimaginable,” Miller said. More than 2,000 active duty City Fire Department personnel and nearly 1,000 from the NYPD have been forced into retirement due to disabling Sept. 11 injuries. A combined 380 members of the FDNY and NYPD have died from such injuries over the last 18 years.

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EDITORIAL Dreams and Nightmares If you asked any Average Joe in NYC how they feel about national politics and its Castle Grayskull—Washington, D.C.—you’ll probably get some pretty colorful answers. Yet we’d bet that the vast majority of said vivid responses cannot be printed in our family-friendly newspaper. When we think of D.C., exercise in futility comes to mind. (And that impossibly clean subway system.) For example: We were encouraged late Tuesday night to learn that the U.S. House of Representatives had passed the American Dream and Promise Act by a vote of 237–187. According to House records, the measure: • Cancels and prohibits removal proceedings against certain aliens and provides such aliens with a path toward permanent resident status. • The Department of Homeland Security or the Department of Justice shall cancel removal proceedings against certain aliens who entered the United States as minors and grant such aliens conditional permanent residence status for 10 years. The bill imposes various qualification requirements, such as the alien being continuously physically present in the U.S. and being enrolled in or having completed certain educational programs. Aliens who were eligible for Deferred Action for

Childhood Arrivals (DACA) status and not disqualified for renewal also qualify. • DHS shall remove the conditional permanent resident status granted to such aliens, if the alien applies and meets certain requirements, such as completing certain programs at an educational institution or serving at least two years in the Uniformed Services and being discharged honorably. • This bill also repeals a restriction that bars states from providing higher education

benefits to undocumented aliens unless those benefits are available to all U.S. citizens. • DHS or DOJ shall cancel removal proceedings against certain aliens who qualified for temporary protected status or Deferred Enforced Departure status on certain past dates (both statuses temporarily protect covered aliens from removal). For such aliens who apply, DHS shall grant permanent residence status. • When DHS eliminates temporary pro-

tected status for nationals of a foreign country, it shall report to Congress its reasons for doing so. Congresswoman Grace Meng (D-Flushing), an original cosponsor of the bill, said that the approval of it “is not just a critical step toward ensuring they can continue to live in this country where they have spent most of their lives—it upholds the values and promises of our nation.” Well said, congresswoman. Jin Park, Meng’s constituent from Flushing who is the first DACA recipient to be awarded a Rhodes Scholarship, added, “Like all Dreamers, the United States is my home… Passing H.R. 6 is an important step toward permitting Dreamers like me to fulfill their potential and contribute to American society.” Earlier this year, Park was Meng’s guest at the State of the Union address. Meng said she invited Park “in an effort to stand against President Trump’s cruel immigration policies.” On Tuesday night, Meng, basking in the afterglow of a Dream fulfilled, called on her colleagues in the Senate “to immediately take up this measure.” Not like it matters. Even if it somehow passed the Upper Chamber, this important piece of legislation is dead on arrival: The White House said this week that, no matter what, Trump would veto it. Dream, meet Nightmare.

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By Michael V. Cusenza South Queens families on Saturday flocked to Jamaica Avenue for the Woodhaven Business Improvement District’s inaugural Weekend Walk in Woodhaven. Adults seized a chance to relax, listen to some music, and sample some of the local fare, while kids had fun from noon to 6 p.m. in bounce castle, slides, obstacle course, craft tables, and exhibits that lined the thoroughfare from 85th to 89th streets. According to the WBID, Weekend Walks are multi-block events on commercial corridors that promote the use of streets as public space. Community based organizations apply to close commercial streets and provide programming that highlights local businesses and the city’s unique neighborhoods. Project Woodhaven noted that the Weekend Walk was not a street fair. “There are no vendors selling stuff—there is no money being made off this event. The idea is to reclaim a busy stretch and turn it into a friendly space for the community,” the group wrote on Facebook. Photos Courtesy of Woodhaven Business Improvement District

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