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Byline: --JESSICA FLINT
In January 2002, VANITY FAIR contributing editor Michael Shnayerson investigated the shocking murder of Ted Ammon, one of East Hampton's wealthiest residents, who had been brutally killed months before ("Murder in East Hampton"). As Shnayerson reported, the aftermath of the 52-year-old's death was like a game of Clue: if detectives had tips, they weren't acknowledging them; if they had a suspect, they weren't saying who.
Ted had built much of his $80 million fortune at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts during the 1980s and led a seemingly enviable life (five homes, luxury cars), but it came crashing down in 2000 when his second wife, Generosa, …