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Kitty Genovese's 50-Year-Old Murder Story Still Haunts New York City

In 1964, there were 636 murders in New York City. These included James Powell, a 15-year-old black boy whose killing by the New York Police Department precipitated a riot in Harlem. August Paino, a Boy Scout, was fatally stabbed in Brooklyn by gang members whom he was trying to recruit into his troop. Reuben Marko­witz, a Brooklyn bookie, killed by a Park Avenue industrialist.
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