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Jury Weighs Fate of Accused Killer of Etan Patz

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When Etan Patz (Pates) disappeared in New York City at age 6, hardly anyone in America could help but see his face at their breakfast table. His photo's appearance on milk cartons after his May 1979 disappearance marked an era of heightened awareness of crimes against children. On Friday, more than 35 years after frenzied media coverage of his case horrified parents everywhere, a New York jury will again deliberate over a possible verdict against the man charged in his killing.

Added on the 17/04/2015 09:02:05 - Copyright : Wochit

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