Cindy Doman was the paramour of William Maloof, and the mother of one of his daughters. She was also an initial member, with John Wagner and John Verbos, of the scheme to seize control of Level Propane in October, 2000. Her job was to work from the inside as Maloof’s girlfriend to take him out. She almost managed to do so with a morals charge involving their young daughter engineered with John Wagner, who was their houseguest that week in January, 2001. Their scheme, which got as a far as a secret indictment, was ultimately foiled when cell phone records put Maloof in another part of the State at the time the incident was alleged.
Doman was no stranger to crime, as she later confessed. She was the child-bride of Carmen Zagaria, the notorious dope wholesaler on the Westside of Cleveland, famous for his fish store and his murderous business management style. As a teenager of fifteen, she witnessed torture of rival gang members for information, who were then killed and had the job of guarding the bodies before they were buried in remote graves in the woods or weighed down and thrown in Lake Erie. Strange company reunited when Randolph Baxter, then with the U.S. Attorney’s office the first time he encountered her name in 1982, encountered it again when he was the Bankruptcy Judge in 2002 reading a Free Times article that carried the charges against Maloof a year after they were full refuted that was attached by the Bank Group to its involuntary petition.
See Links to: Motion to Recuse, April 1, 2008, Dkt. Item No. 3298.
See Anthony Calabrese
See John L. Wagner