Philadelphia Inquirer | 06/09/2006 | To some, Capano gifts are galling: "n Delaware, which bills itself as a small wonder, it seems as if almost everyone knows a Capano or a Fahey - or at least the infamous story that has forever linked their names:
In June 1996, Thomas J. Capano, a high-profile lawyer, killed Anne Marie Fahey, scheduling secretary for then-Gov. Tom Carper, after she ended their romantic relationship. The crime, its cover-up, and the eventual trial, conviction and appeals of Capano have gripped the public for years.
And fittingly, it seems, almost everyone has an opinion as two Wilmington Catholic schools - which educate family members of both the killer and his victim - move to name buildings after the Capano family."