Who is Hitman in Dalia Dippolito Case? Widy Jean Biography, Wiki, Age, Family, Net Worth, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Fast Facts You Need to Know

Widy Jean Biography, Widy Jean Wiki

Widy Jean was a member of the Boynton Beach police department, and he was posing as a hitman during the initial sting operation after getting a tip from one of Dippolito’s former lovers who said she was trying to get her husband killed.
Widy Jean is a former member of the Community Action Team specializing in narcotics, prostitution, and gambling crimes. He had left the force to work on his business in Georgia, but then returned to working as a police officer. In his court testimony, he claimed that the two arranged to meet in the CVS pharmacy parking lot. In the recorded video of her arranging the murder of her husband, she was asked by Jean if she was sure about her decision, to which she said, “I am determined already. I am positive, like 5000 percent sure.”

Widy Jean in Dalia Dippolito’s Case

Dalia Dippolito’s case became a national sensation the moment the details of the crime were made public. After several years, with mistrials and other turnabouts, the case was finally given a verdict in 2017, where Dippolito was sentenced to prison for solicitation to first-degree murder. If we backtrack the case, then one thing that played a pivotal role in exposing her was the video footage of her admitting that she wanted her husband killed. Even though she gave explanations of it has been an act in which both her husband and former lover were a part of, it did not convince the jury. In addition to that, nobody else testified to that end, except her.


Jean now works as a Sergeant with the Boynton Beach Police Department and has received the iHeart Freeman Injury Law First Responder of the Month award.
He was also featured in newspapers for being involved in a 2019 fire rescue. According to the article, Jean put a woman over his shoulder and carried her to safety. They rescued four people overall, and no one was hurt in the fire.
Most recently, Jean read a book called Giraffes Can’t Dance to a group of children for an initiative called “Storytime with BBPD,” in an attempt to relieve stress and tension for parents and children in light of the global coronavirus pandemic.
Jean is a former member of the Community Action Team specializing in narcotics, prostitution and gambling crimes. He left the force to work on his business in Georgia but later returned to working as a police officer.
Dippolito’s attorneys and legal team is hoping for a new trial after her 2011 conviction.
“Dalia is the most misunderstood woman in the United States,” Brian Claypool, her attorney, told 20/20. “The perception that people have in the world about Dalia does not equate with the Dalia that I know… She was never a career criminal. In fact, Dalia Dippolito didn’t even have a criminal record when this all went down”