We watched our fa­ther die in front of us

Woman’s Day (Australia) - - Crime -

On Jan­uary, 16, 1998, when he was 40, Alphonse Gan­gi­tano was shot to death leav­ing be­hind young daugh­ters Amelia and El­lie, who had ar­rived home with their mother Virginia in time to see their fa­ther bleed to death. A coro­ner found Gan­gi­tano’s gi­tano’s as­so­ciates Ja­son Mo­ran and Gra­ham Kin­niburgh to be im­pli­cated in his death, how­ever, many be­lieve Mark Mo­ran shot him. It was a ter­ri­ble legacy but, like Dhakota, Amelia and El­lie Gan­gi­tano have es­caped the long shadow cast by their ul­tra-vi­o­lent crim­i­nal fa­ther. Amelia and her part­ner Tris­tan n are en­gaged with a daugh­ter, and El­lie has forged a ca­reer as an ac­tress, ap­pear­ing in

Neigh­bours and The Doc­tor Blake Mys­ter­ies.

Alphonse Gan­gi­tano El­lie is now an ac­tress.

Amelia has a daugh­ter of her own.

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