38 Years Later, a Conviction in Murder of Manhattan Boy

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Etan Patz disappeared on May 25, 1979, while walking to his school bus stop, and the case had long been one of New York City's most notorious unsolved killings. A man who worked in a bodega in his Manhattan neighborhood was convicted in a second murder trial following a hung jury.
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