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An 81-Year-Old Man Finally Clears His Name in 1963 Murder of Famous Brooklyn Artist

Paul Gatling served nine years in prison and lived more than 50 years with a conviction for a 1963 Brooklyn murder he did not commit. But in a Brooklyn courtroom Monday, the Brooklyn district attorney officially exonerated the now 81-year-old Gatling.Paul Gatling was accused of murdering Brooklyn artist Lawrence Rothbort — ... More »
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