Andrew Amdur, found guilty of fleecing a grieving widow, has been told by a judge that he faces ‘an appreciable prison sentence’.
Amdur’s dormant Twitter account stated that Carlo Bergonzi ‘proclaimed that Andrew has the finest tenor voice in the world.’
Whoever heard of him? … and it might seem from the quote on his Twitter account that he’s a swindler on more than one level!
Ex-tenors don’t exist.Even in jail he will always be – good or bad – a tenor
Unless he becomes a countertenor or barítone
He may become a falsetto
Given what may happen to him in prison, the falsetto notes will probably come naturally enough, if somewhat abruptly …….
Perhaps the world’s greatest tenor can put on a show from the inside and give us a rendition of “Prisoners of Love.”
“Dead Man Walking” would be even more apt.
Perhaps he will turn producer in jail and offer the first Eurotrash SOLITARY CONFINEMENT AIDA
What an awful story – let’s hope this vulnerable lady gets at least some of her money back as justice is done . We read that Amdur has a family – so let’s hope he uses his prison sentence wisely to prepare a better future for their sake.
The problem with incarcerating putting people who commit fraud is that it makes it harder for them to pay restitution. You can’t earn money in prison.
is that the Carlo Bergonzi, the owner of a pizzeria in Harlow
Says it all about the Mail that it describes him as a ‘top opera singer.’
The role he should sing when he gets out is obvious: Mime (“Mimmy”) in SIEGFRIED. The ultimate con-man, whose con only failed because his mark acquired magical mind-reading powers at the last minute.
(“Glauben sollst du, was ich dir sage: ich bin dir Vater und Mutter zugleich!”)
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