Jesus Maria De Galindez

One of my Charley Project cases made it on Executed Today. It’s one of two political disappearances on my site, the other being Juliet Stuart Poyntz.

10 thoughts on “Jesus Maria De Galindez

  1. Justin March 13, 2012 / 8:09 pm

    I was the one who originally posted Juliet Stuart Poyntz to Doe. The middle photograph came from a book titled All the Right Enemies: the Life and Murder of Carlo Tresca by Dorothy Gallagher, and got most of the information about her case from the book as well.

    I first heard about her in the book Among the Missing: An Anecdotal History of Missing Persons from 1800 to the Present by Jay Robert Nash and when I found her photograph in the above mentioned book, scanned it at the public library and sent off her profile to Doe.

    Man, I cannot believe I sent that off eight years ago.

  2. Melissa March 14, 2012 / 5:11 am

    I just read yoir ost about this guy’s disappearance/presumed murder on ET, Meaghan. Fascinating stuff. Don’t know much about Central – is it Central? – American political history (given my geographicaldistance), but this has piqued my interest in such.

    • Melissa March 14, 2012 / 5:12 am

      Excuse my typographical errors above. New iPhone. Not used to it 

    • Meaghan March 15, 2012 / 1:55 am

      Not Central. Caribbean.

  3. Peter Henderson March 14, 2012 / 8:10 am

    I have always wondered if Juliet Poyntz could be “Bucket Lady“? Your profile states she had a sister so if she had a daughter its possible they could get mtDNA from a grandchild. They do have a sample of Bucket Lady’s DNA but have not submitted it to CODIS yet.


  4. Erin G March 14, 2012 / 10:58 pm

    Sorry, this comment is a tangent. I have been following this blog with interest, and so I decided to share this story link about the finding of a boy 8 years after he was abducted as a baby. The case is not on Charley, but an element of interest is that the MP case disappeared from police databases at some point.

    • Meaghan March 15, 2012 / 4:06 am

      He was on Charley once. He disappeared from NCMEC and I couldn’t find anything about it so I took him off years ago, thinking he’d been found.

  5. Erin G March 16, 2012 / 11:07 pm

    That isn’t your fault, of course. It is a bit scary, though, if a case can vaporize from NCMEC or other police databases in such a manner.

    • Meaghan March 16, 2012 / 11:11 pm

      Used to happen all the time. Probably still does for that matter. LE would decide to clear out their storage area and dump all the MP files in the garbage.

  6. Yellow King January 31, 2014 / 1:03 pm

    Main suspect in Carlo Tresca slaying is Carmine Galante who emigrated from Castello Del Golfo, birthplace of hit men. The LCN in Italy had problems with Mussonlini, but a secret truce was arranged by Generoso Pope. Later as is well known LCN and ex-Fascists joined the Allies and formed the guns-drugs-terrorism empire created by Operation Gladio. The OSS/CIA was in on it as were the Soviets. Carmine Galante probably carried out the Tresca hit and may have been part of the Juliet Poyntz hit. Galante had a habit of being released by NYPD every time he killed someone. Golos used Schachno Epstein to set up Poyntz, the two main suspects for the kidnapping/murder are either the Unknown Cabbie who was a GRU hit man or Galante or both. The Cabbie was never caught and I believe both Golos and Epstein returned to USSR, where they were liquidated. Signor Galante would have only done for the money. He went on to become a feared Underboss and be liquidated in the drug-fueled mob wars of 1979. The facts on Gladio became better known by 1978-1982 period.
    Both Tresca and Poyntz were anti Mussolini and anti Stalin. The police were willing to never prosecute certain hit men. After all Gov Dewey released Lucky Luciano.
    Poyntz murder or one way trip to Russia was probably ignored or abetted by the police.

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