Bodybuilder and cop turned convicted quadruple murderer known for being Jeffrey Epstein’s cellmate sent to prison for ‘monstrous’ crimes

Nicholas Tartaglione

Nicholas Tartaglione (left inset) in a photo from several years ago (News 12/screengrab), (right) a photo from the FBI search of the defendant’s property in late 2016 (ABC 7/screengrab)

A steroids-selling bodybuilder and former police officer in Briarcliff Manor, New York, remembered as a cellmate of the infamous sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, was sentenced Monday to spend the rest of his life, four times over, in federal prison for following his convictions in the execution murders of four Mexican men and his failure to get a new trial.

Though he maintains his innocence to this day, telling News 12 “I’m a cop in prison for crimes I didn’t do,” it was no secret that Nicholas Tartaglione, now 56, would face life in prison. That was the “mandatory” sentence, prosecutors emphasized in a letter to U.S. District Judge Kenneth Karas, slamming as “monstrous offenses” the drug conspiracy, murder, and kidnapping crimes Tartaglione was found guilty of committing.

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