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Thursday, March 15, 2018

20 Years Up To Life-Sentence For OFW Who Killed His Employer In The US

Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.

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Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement     HICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}   Sponsored Links       “In this shocking crime, Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, beating the man with such deadly force that even one of the murder weapons — a ceramic lamp — was shattered by the impact of his blows,” said District Attorney Vance.     “That he fled to the Philippines the following day to avoid detection only underscores the cowardice of this murder of an 87-year-old man. Had it not been for the dedicated prosecutors on the case who achieved his extradition and secured his plea, this defendant may have never faced justice,” Vance added.    According to court documents and the defendant’s guilty plea, Abarentos was employed by the victim, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beginning in October 2012. Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business, but occasionally assisted him on the weekends with errands and household tasks.    On December 15, 2012, Abarentos entered the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp. He struck Sadhwani with such force that the lamp shattered, and the impact of further assault with other objects crushed his neck and broke his nose.    Later that day, Abarentos went to an internet café in Queens. While inside the café, he sent a Facebook message to a friend stating that he had just killed someone and needed to go home. The next day, Abarentos boarded a flight to the Philippines at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered Sadhwani’s body.    On June 20, 2016, Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines, and extradited to the United States.    Assistant D.A. Maxine Rosenthal, Senior Trial Counsel, handled the prosecution of the case, under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Lanita Hobbs, Chief of Trial Bureau 80, and Executive Assistant D.A. John Irwin, Chief of the Trial Division.    District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad        Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

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Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beating the man with a metal chair and a ceramic lamp which was shattered by the impact of his blows.
Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement     HICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}   Sponsored Links       “In this shocking crime, Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, beating the man with such deadly force that even one of the murder weapons — a ceramic lamp — was shattered by the impact of his blows,” said District Attorney Vance.     “That he fled to the Philippines the following day to avoid detection only underscores the cowardice of this murder of an 87-year-old man. Had it not been for the dedicated prosecutors on the case who achieved his extradition and secured his plea, this defendant may have never faced justice,” Vance added.    According to court documents and the defendant’s guilty plea, Abarentos was employed by the victim, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beginning in October 2012. Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business, but occasionally assisted him on the weekends with errands and household tasks.    On December 15, 2012, Abarentos entered the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp. He struck Sadhwani with such force that the lamp shattered, and the impact of further assault with other objects crushed his neck and broke his nose.    Later that day, Abarentos went to an internet café in Queens. While inside the café, he sent a Facebook message to a friend stating that he had just killed someone and needed to go home. The next day, Abarentos boarded a flight to the Philippines at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered Sadhwani’s body.    On June 20, 2016, Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines, and extradited to the United States.    Assistant D.A. Maxine Rosenthal, Senior Trial Counsel, handled the prosecution of the case, under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Lanita Hobbs, Chief of Trial Bureau 80, and Executive Assistant D.A. John Irwin, Chief of the Trial Division.    District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad        Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

The suspect immediately fled to the Philippines the next day to avoid detection.

 In October 2012, Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business. On December 15, 2012, Abarentoswent to the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp crushing his neck and broken his nose. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered lifeless Sadhwani.

Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines on June 20, 2016 and extradited to the United States.
Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement      Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement     HICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}   Sponsored Links       “In this shocking crime, Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, beating the man with such deadly force that even one of the murder weapons — a ceramic lamp — was shattered by the impact of his blows,” said District Attorney Vance.     “That he fled to the Philippines the following day to avoid detection only underscores the cowardice of this murder of an 87-year-old man. Had it not been for the dedicated prosecutors on the case who achieved his extradition and secured his plea, this defendant may have never faced justice,” Vance added.    According to court documents and the defendant’s guilty plea, Abarentos was employed by the victim, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beginning in October 2012. Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business, but occasionally assisted him on the weekends with errands and household tasks.    On December 15, 2012, Abarentos entered the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp. He struck Sadhwani with such force that the lamp shattered, and the impact of further assault with other objects crushed his neck and broke his nose.    Later that day, Abarentos went to an internet café in Queens. While inside the café, he sent a Facebook message to a friend stating that he had just killed someone and needed to go home. The next day, Abarentos boarded a flight to the Philippines at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered Sadhwani’s body.    On June 20, 2016, Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines, and extradited to the United States.    Assistant D.A. Maxine Rosenthal, Senior Trial Counsel, handled the prosecution of the case, under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Lanita Hobbs, Chief of Trial Bureau 80, and Executive Assistant D.A. John Irwin, Chief of the Trial Division.    District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad        Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com     Sponsored Links     Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beating the man with a metal chair and a ceramic lamp which was shattered by the impact of his blows.  Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement     HICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}   Sponsored Links       “In this shocking crime, Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, beating the man with such deadly force that even one of the murder weapons — a ceramic lamp — was shattered by the impact of his blows,” said District Attorney Vance.     “That he fled to the Philippines the following day to avoid detection only underscores the cowardice of this murder of an 87-year-old man. Had it not been for the dedicated prosecutors on the case who achieved his extradition and secured his plea, this defendant may have never faced justice,” Vance added.    According to court documents and the defendant’s guilty plea, Abarentos was employed by the victim, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beginning in October 2012. Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business, but occasionally assisted him on the weekends with errands and household tasks.    On December 15, 2012, Abarentos entered the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp. He struck Sadhwani with such force that the lamp shattered, and the impact of further assault with other objects crushed his neck and broke his nose.    Later that day, Abarentos went to an internet café in Queens. While inside the café, he sent a Facebook message to a friend stating that he had just killed someone and needed to go home. The next day, Abarentos boarded a flight to the Philippines at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered Sadhwani’s body.    On June 20, 2016, Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines, and extradited to the United States.    Assistant D.A. Maxine Rosenthal, Senior Trial Counsel, handled the prosecution of the case, under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Lanita Hobbs, Chief of Trial Bureau 80, and Executive Assistant D.A. John Irwin, Chief of the Trial Division.    District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad        Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   The suspect immediately fled to the Philippines the next day to avoid detection.     In October 2012, Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business. On December 15, 2012, Abarentoswent to the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp crushing his neck and broken his nose. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered lifeless Sadhwani.    Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines on June 20, 2016 and extradited to the United States.      District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad.    Miguel Abarentos, a 30-year-old Filipino, was sentenced to 20 years-to-life in prison for the murder of his elderly employer inside the victim’s Murray Hill apartment on 2012. Abarentos pleaded guilty to second-degree murder before New York State Supreme Court on December 19, 2017.    Advertisement     HICS AND PARAGRAPH HERE}   Sponsored Links       “In this shocking crime, Miguel Abarentos wrought havoc in the home of his elderly employer, beating the man with such deadly force that even one of the murder weapons — a ceramic lamp — was shattered by the impact of his blows,” said District Attorney Vance.     “That he fled to the Philippines the following day to avoid detection only underscores the cowardice of this murder of an 87-year-old man. Had it not been for the dedicated prosecutors on the case who achieved his extradition and secured his plea, this defendant may have never faced justice,” Vance added.    According to court documents and the defendant’s guilty plea, Abarentos was employed by the victim, 87-year-old Thawerdas Sadhwani, beginning in October 2012. Abarentos was initially hired to work for Mr. Sadhwani’s business, but occasionally assisted him on the weekends with errands and household tasks.    On December 15, 2012, Abarentos entered the victim’s apartment on East 36th Street and beat him to death with a metal chair and ceramic lamp. He struck Sadhwani with such force that the lamp shattered, and the impact of further assault with other objects crushed his neck and broke his nose.    Later that day, Abarentos went to an internet café in Queens. While inside the café, he sent a Facebook message to a friend stating that he had just killed someone and needed to go home. The next day, Abarentos boarded a flight to the Philippines at John F. Kennedy International Airport. On the following morning, the victim’s housekeeper was unable to enter the apartment and called building staff, who unlocked the door and discovered Sadhwani’s body.    On June 20, 2016, Abarentos was arrested in Makati, Philippines, and extradited to the United States.    Assistant D.A. Maxine Rosenthal, Senior Trial Counsel, handled the prosecution of the case, under the supervision of Assistant D.A. Lanita Hobbs, Chief of Trial Bureau 80, and Executive Assistant D.A. John Irwin, Chief of the Trial Division.    District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad        Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com    Read More:  5 Signs A Person Is Going To Be Poor And 5 Signs You Are Going To Be RichTips On How To Handle Money For OFWs And Their Families How Much Can Filipinos Earn 1-10 Years After Finishing College?   Former Executive Secretary Worked As a Domestic Worker In Hong Kong Due To Inadequate Salary In PH    Beware Of  Fake Online Registration System Which Collects $10 From OFWs— POEA      Is It True, Duterte Might Expand Overseas Workers Deployment Ban To Countries With Many Cases of Abuse?  Do You Agree With The Proposed Filipino Deployment Ban To Abusive Host Countries?    ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com

District Attorney Vance thanked the U.S. Department of Justice, specifically Attaché Donald D. Ashley, and members of the NYPD, including Detective Annamarie Bernagozzi of the Detective Bureau Central Investigation Division, and Detective Jose Flores of the Manhattan South Homicide Squad.



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