Crime Library: Criminal Minds and Methods

The Fatal Attraction Murder Case


This article was written by using official documents, court transcripts, personal interviews with law enforcement personnel, including Det. Richard Constantino (Ret.), as well as the sources listed below:

Agus, Carole. "A Liar for Hire, Credible Witness", February 27, 1991, "A Sleazy Silencer Salesman, February 22, 1991, Newsday

Brennan, Patricia, "The Danger of Love: The Carolyn Warmus Story", October 2, 1992, The Washington Post.

Feron, James. "Fatal Affair: Love, a Gun and a Puzzle", February 8, 1990, "Indictment Dropped Against Teacher in Westchester Slaying", August 7, 1990, N. Y. Times.

Foderaro, Lisa W. "Defense Portrays Husband as a Philanderer, January 29, 1992, "Love Triangle Case Ends in Hung Jury", April 28, 1991, "Telephone Records" "Conflict in Teacher's Murder Trial", March 19, 1991, "Love Triangle Case" "Witness Admits Selling Defendant a Gun", February 22, 1991, "Some Tough Questions in Teacher's Murder Trial", February 12, 1991, "Victim's Husband Testifies in Westchester Murder Trial, February 8, 1991, "Romance and Murder Make Warmus Trial Its Own Theater", February 3, 1991, "An Obsession, a Tangled Life and a Killing", February 13, 1990, N.Y. Times.

Freifeld, Karen and Ladd, Scott. "Jury Convicts Stoic Warmus", May 28, 1992, Newsday

Fried, Joseph P., "Marquee Murder Case Heads Toward Appeal", August 26, 2001, N.Y. Times.

Gallagher, Mike (1993), Lovers of Deceit. New York City, NY: Bantam Doubleday Dell Publishing Group Inc.; "Solomon: "It's Very Hard to Resist Carolyn", February 12, 1991, "Solomon Recalls Scene on Night of Wife's Slaying", February 8, 1991, The Standard Star.

Jones, Frank. "A Killer in the Bedroom", August 21, 1993. The Toronto Star.

Kunen, James S. "A Dangerous Passion", April 15, 1991, People.

McWhirter, Cameron and Williams, Gayle T. "Warmus Gets the Maximum". The Reporter Dispatch, June 27, 1992

Taubman, Bryna. "Fatal Sentence; Warmus Gets the Maximum", June 27, 1992, "Warmus the Devil", April 17, 1991 "Fatal Attraction Finale, Warmus Murder Case Goes to Jury", April 14, 1991, "Same Gun Fired Shells, Jury Told", March 22, 1991, "Witness Says Warmus Alibi Looks Fake", March 26, 1991, "Witness: I Kept Mum to the Cops", February 26, 1991, "The Fatal Attraction Murder", July 16, 1990, Newsday.

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