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Father and son e-mails show strained relations

Photos from the 2006 Christopher Porco murder Trial. The trial was moved from Albany County to the Orange County town of Goshen.

Photos from the 2006 Christopher Porco murder Trial. The trial was moved from Albany County to the Orange County town of Goshen. Phil Kamrass/ Pool Photo

— Christopher wrote back he is waiting for a new credit card to come through. In October 2004, Christopher Porco told his father he needed documents so he can borrow $2,000. In reality, Porco is borrowing $31,000 at a high interest rate and forging his father's name as a co-signer to the electronic document from his university computer.

"Hey dad, I just talked to the Citibank people and they won't give me the loan without a co-signer. I know you don't want your credit tied up in a co-sign but hear me out. With you and mom's current income level an education loan for $2,000 won't even show up. I will call you guys tonight to talk it over, love Chris."

Peter wrote back that he would rather advance his son $2,000 than co-sign a loan, but he would need some time to accumulate the cash. Also in October, Peter Porco pays the IRS $340.98 because he does not want his son to receive a tax levy. He also writes:

"I trust you will bring your car loan up to date. It distresses me that you have accumulated so much debt. I don't see how you can possibly make payments."

Christopher Porco's finances continued to spin out of control so much that his father sends five e-mails in one day asking Christopher why several issues have yet to be addressed, including a fee for a late inspection ticket to Saratoga Springs City Court, unpaid car loans and other financial issues.

"Hey guys," writes Christopher Porco. "I get back to my room (e-mail written at 5:30 a.m.) after studying for a test all night and I get like five e-mails from you, all dated the same time. As far as I know I am paid up on my car loan. I will give you a call tomorrow, thank you for keeping after me, love Chris."

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