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Andrew Michael Kissel (August 23, 1959 April 3, 2006) was an American real estate developer who was found murdered at his rented Greenwich, Connecticut estate. Kissel had been accused of defrauding a New York coop board of millions of dollars. His body was found by
The cheap flashing of a half naked Nancy Kissel (who in real life is a homely looking Mrs. Kissel) just cheapened what could have had the makings of a true life killer thriller. The film provided zero coverage of neither of the actual court trials of the murderers of the brothers
The Nancy Kissel murder case (officially called the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region v Nancy Ann Kissel) was a highly publicised criminal trial held in the High Court of Hong Kong, where Nancy Ann Kissel (ne Keeshin) was convicted of the murder of her husband, 40yearold investment banker Robert Peter Kissel, in their apartment on 2 November 2003.
May 03, 2009 The book tells the story of two goodlooking, welleducated, highly intelligent brothers, Robert and Andrew Kissel. Both grew up under the thumb of Bill Kissel, a wealthy entrepreneur, who was an extremely domineering and harsh father. Robert Kissel, the younger brother, grew up to be a brilliant and successful investment banker.
UPDATE: Nancy Kissel's sentence was overturned in February, 2010 by a Hong Kong court. The story of the Kissel brothers, who were both murdered in separate incidents two years apart, is tragic on
Sep 24, 2005 Squaring off over custody and guardianship of the children are Andrew's estranged wife, Hayley Wolff Kissel, a former stock analyst on Wall Street, and his sister, Jane Kissel
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