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Widow endured years of suspicion in Calvo murder
Date: 8/10/2011 Album ID: 1300809
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Jose Calvo was shot dead with a single shot to his head on Sept. 18, 2003. For four years after her husband was gunned down in their Coconut Grove driveway, Denise Calvo lived under suspicion that she was somehow involved. That ended when Anthony Lee pleaded guilty and admitted he acted alone. Prosecutors said there was no case to pursue against the widow.
Published Saturday, March 8, 2008, Page 1B, Metro & State, Final Edition. Confession lifts cloud in Jose Calvo murder. This is a broadsheet newspaper page.<br><br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Denise Caligiuri, former wife of Jose Calvo, takes hand of her lawyer Michael Rosen after she heard Anthony Lee's sentence in Miami Dade court. Anthony Lee took plea deal to serve 35 years in prison for the 2003 murder of Jose Calvo in Coconut Grove. Left is Denise Caligiuri's father.<br><br>Date Shot: March 7, 2008<br>Photographer: Alexia Fodere/For The Miami Herald<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Denise Caligiuri, former wife of Jose Calvo, takes hand of her lawyer Michael Rosen after she heard Anthony Lee's sentence in Miami Dade court. Anthony Lee took plea deal to serve 35 years in prison for the 2003 murder of Jose Calvo in Coconut Grove. Left is Denise Caligiuri's father.<br><br>Date Shot: March 7, 2008<br>Photographer: Alexia Fodere/For The Miami Herald<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Jose Calvo's mother, Mirta Calvo, after she heard her son's killer, Anthony Lee, sentenced at Miami Dade court. Anthony Lee took plea deal to serve 35 years in prison for the 2003 murder of Jose Calvo in Coconut Grove.<br><br>Date Shot: March 7, 2008<br>Photographer: Alexia Fodere/For The Miami Herald<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Anthony Lee, left, with his lawyer Jeffrey Weinkle at Miami Dade court. Lee took plea deal to serve 35 years in prison for the 2003 murder of Jose Calvo in Coconut Grove.<br><br>Date Shot: March 7, 2008<br>Photographer: Alexia Fodere/For The Miami Herald<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Anthony Lee took plea deal to serve 35 years in prison for the 2003 murder of Jose Calvo in Coconut Grove.<br><br>Date Shot: March 7, 2008<br>Photographer: Alexia Fodere/For The Miami Herald<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Published Wednesday, August 4, 2004, Page 1A, Final Edition. Calvo policy to widow: $600,000. This is a broadsheet newspaper page.<br><br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Denise Calvo takes the fifth to questioning from attorneys for Anthony Lee.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Anthony Lee listens to testimony at his bond hearing. Here, Denise Calvo leaves the stand after taking the fifth to questioning from Lee's attorneys.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Defendent Anthony Lee listens to testimony at his bond hearing. Here, Denise Calvo takes the fifth to questioning from Lee's attorneys.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Defendent Anthony Lee listens to testimony at his bond hearing. Here, Denise Calvo takes the oath before taking the fifth to questioning from Lee's  attorneys. Calvo's attorney. Michael J. Rosen, stands left.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Defendent Anthony Lee listens to testimony at his bond hearing. Here, Denise Calvo takes the fifth to questioning from Lee's attorneys.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Patrick Farrell/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Denise Calvo arrives at the Miami-Dade courthouse with her attorney, left, Michael Rosen.<br><br>Date Shot: April 27, 2004<br>Photographer: Tim Chapman/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Anthony Lee attends his arraignment during which he entered a plea of not-guilty in the murder of Jose Calvo.<br><br>Date Shot: December 11, 2003<br>Photographer: Nuri Vallbona/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Anthony Lee, who is charged with killing Jose Calvo, confers with attorney Patrick J. Nalley after pleading not guilty to the charges.<br><br>Date Shot: December 11, 2003<br>Photographer: Nuri Vallbona/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Published Tuesday, November 25, 2003, Page 3B, Broward and State, Broward Edition. Lawyer: Widow bought cocaine from woman. Denise Calvo, widow of a prominent Coconut Grove businessman killed during a driveway robbery, bought cocaine from the alleged gunman's mother several weeks before her husband's death, according to her attorney. This is a broadsheet newspaper page.<br><br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Published Friday, November 14, 2003, Page 1A, Final Edition. Grove murder suspect caught quietly. The prime suspect in the slaying of prominent Coconut Grove businessman Jose Calvo is arrested in South Carolina, ending a 56-day manhunt. This is a broadsheet newspaper page.<br><br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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Miami Police crime scene investigators check the trajectory of a bullet hole in the garage door of the home at 3901 Crawford Ave. in Coconut Grove where Jose Calvo was shot and killed. Police have been to the home several times according to neighbors.<br><br>Date Shot: October 28, 2003<br>Photographer: Tim Chapman/Miami Herald Staff<br>Copyright: The Miami Herald
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