The death of the brother of Leiby Kletzky’s killer is dredging up old horrors, and raising questions in the boy’s old neighborhood.
The death of the brother of Leiby Kletzky’s killer is still a mystery.
The convicted killer of Leiby Kletzky says he hopes his own brother’s mystery death is not related to the little Hasidic boy’s 2011 slaying.
The man who confessed to the 1979 killing of 6-year-old Etan Patz made a brief courtroom appearance on Thursday, standing silently in a gray T-shirt as a prosecutor told the judge that murder charges had been formally filed nearly three decades after the slaying.
The case against the New Jersey man who confessed to killing little Etan Patz is “flimsy,” and police reportedly say there is little or no hard evidence linking him to the notorious crime.
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A Brooklyn man pleaded guilty to abducting and murdering 8-year-old Leiby Kletzky as he walked home from summer camp in Boro Park last summer.
Leaders of an Orthodox security patrol in Leiby Kletzky’s Brooklyn neighborhood don’t want police to see new security video. They want to deal with some crimes quietly.
The abduction and murder of Leiby Kletzky shook the insular ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Boro Park, Brooklyn. One year later, the impact is still being felt.