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Complaint Review: Danny Crichigno / Cmg 1 Inc / Marino Tile Gallery Ltd - Brooklyn New York

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  • Danny Crichigno / Cmg 1 Inc / Marino Tile Gallery Ltd Brooklyn, New York United States

Danny Crichigno / Cmg 1 Inc / Marino Tile Gallery Ltd Danny F Crichigno Danny F Crischigno Danyy Chrichigno SHEEPSHEAD BAY FRAUDSTER CASE DISMISSED, CLOSED FOREVER BY BROOKLYN JUDGE Brooklyn New York

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Fraudster Danny Crichigno, 54, of (((REDACTED))) Brooklyn failed to shake down the Cropsey Avenue Home Depot in Brooklyn for a large undisclosed sum of money for a fake knee injury he allegedly sustained pushing one of the store’s shopping carts. As with any monetary fraud, New York State Supreme Court judge Lizette Colon found in her ruling on January 9, 2020 there were no factuality or merit to support Crichigno’s frivolous personal injury claim he filed back on 30 July, 2019.

Judge Colon, threw out the vexatious lawsuit because she found Crichigno’s claim to be baseless. While he claimed to allegedly suffer “severe and permanent personal injuries to his right knee and other parts of his body,” Crichigno was simultaneously found to be painlessly doing manual and physical labor and clearly showing no sign of discomfort, pain or difficulties with range of motion to his right knee or other parts of his body, as he fraudulently claimed.

He was discovered easily bending and crouching at his knees to perform various vocational and personal handyman activities.

Crichigno filed the fraudulent personal injury claim attempting to extort a large monetary sum from Home Depot. But last week the Supreme Court judge threw out Crichigno’s extortion. It was “Dismissed With Prejudice,” which means the judge’s dismissal of Crichigno’s case bars him from ever bringing an action before the court on the same claim or on a similar premise. The judge’s decision was a final judgment and she closed the case permanently.

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