UPDATE on Dec. 13, 2016: Rackover, still in jail, and Dilione, out on bail, were arraigned in Manhattan Supreme Court court today. No additional charges have been filed yet. Rackover’s case has been continued to January 24, 2017 and Dilione’s to January 31, 2017. During the arraignment, Rackover’s attorney clarified that James is not the biological son of Jeffrey Rackover. ==== I’ve been following a November 13, 2016 murder in a tony Upper East Side apartment building in Manhattan. Two men have been arrested and indicted but not for murder–at least not yet. They are charged with hindering prosecution and tampering with evidence. They’ll be arraigned in December. But one of the fascinating aspects of this is the backstory to one of the perpetrators. On Saturday night, November 12, 26-year-old Joey Comunale came into Manhattan from Stamford, Connecticut. He met…

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