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Grant Amato’s downward spiral began when he connected with a webcam girl
Grant Amato’s downward spiral began when he connected with a webcam girl. Grant had always been outgoing and enjoyed making friends, but after meeting the webcam girl, his social life took a dramatic turn for the worse.
The webcam girl convinced Grant to invest in her website, which promised high profits. Grant agreed to invest $5,000 and soon found himself deep in debt. The webcam girl never delivered on her promises, and Grant was left with nothing but worthless investments and mounting debts.
After struggling for months to repay his debts, Grant finally reached out for help. He contacted the authorities, who were able to rescue him from his financial crisis. Grant is now working to rebuild his life, and he says that he would never have fallen victim to the webcam girl if he had been more aware of the dangers of online gambling
Grant Amato’s defense team claims authorities zeroed in on the suspect from day one
Grant Amato’s defense team claims authorities zeroed in on the suspect from day one. The prosecution alleges that Amato raped and killed 16-year-old student Anjali Menon. Still, his defense insists that another man, who they claim has a history of sexually assaulting women, is responsible for her death. Indian police arrested 32-year-old Mohammed Afzal in connection with the crime on December 15th. Afzal has a long criminal record, including charges of rape and attempted murder, but his lawyers say he had nothing to do with Menon’s death. They argue that, like Amato, Afzal was set up by authorities who were looking for an easy scapegoat.
Grant Amato’s conviction on three counts of premeditated first-degree murder
Grant Amato, the Manhattanite accused of killing his pregnant girlfriend and two young children in India, was found guilty on three counts of premeditated first-degree murder on Thursday. The 29-year-old Amato faces the death penalty if convicted on all counts, which he has now admitted to.
Born in Queens, New York, to Italian-American parents, Amato had been living in India for about a year and a half at the time of the murders. He met his 22-year-old girlfriend, Savita Raman, while she was studying abroad in India, and they started dating shortly after. Amato allegedly killed her after growing angry with her over financial issues and domestic disputes that escalated into violence. He then murdered their two young children—a six-month-old daughter and a two-year-old son—before attempting to commit suicide by eating rat poison.
Amato’s trial garnered international attention due to its mysterious circumstances. Indian authorities initially detained the defendant without charge following the murders. Still, he was later transferred to New York, where he was held on immigration charges unrelated to the killings. In February 2017, just days before his trial began, Amato fled India aboard a commercial flight bound for Newark Liberty International Airport. Indian authorities captured him in Bangkok several weeks later and brought him back to India for proceedings in his home country.
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