A convicted pedophile, a longtime suspect in the Etan Patz case, told FBI investigators he was with another boy the day Etan went missing.
Convicted pedophile Jose Ramos admitted to a jailhouse snitch that he — not suspect Pedro Hernandez — committed vile acts against Etan Patz.
Defense witness Stuart GraBois, a retired federal prosecutor, was hammered by prosecutor Joan Illuzzi-Orbon during Tuesday's trial.
Key defense witness says convicted child molester once claimed he accosted a boy who looked like Patz the same day in 1979 that Patz disappeared
A serial pedophile and longtime suspect admitted he was "90%" sure he tried to abduct and molest Etan Patz, an ex-prosecutor testified.
Longtime suspect in Etan Patz’s murder dated a woman who babysat the child, the jury in the current suspect’s case heard Friday.
The murder trial in the case of Etan Patz is still going on after being reopened nearly 35 years after the 6-year-old disappeared near his family's Prince Street home. He was the first missing child to be put on a milk carton and, in 1983, President Reagan named May 25th "National Missing Children's Day" after him. [ more › ]
“I took one frame,” Carrie Boretz recalls. It was the summer of 1975, and she was a photo intern at The Village Voice, working under the brilliant and fearsome Fred McDarrah. “I wasn’t one of those people who shot tons of film — I never owned a motor drive —... More »
Defense rebuffed in bid to use 50 pounds of potatoes to try to show murder defendant Pedro Hernandez couldn't lift the boy's body
Defense asks to bring in 50 pounds of potatoes in an effort to prove murder defendant Pedro Hernandez couldn't lift child's body
The Etan Patz murder trial was thrown into chaos Thursday when the lawyer of the suspected killer sought a mistrial.
NEW YORK (AP) — A man who confessed to choking Etan Patz, a 6-year-old who disappeared in 1979 while walking to school, had a cocaine problem and abused his wife during arguments over drug money and is mentally ill, a renowned psychiatrist...Show More Summary
The ex-bodega clerk accused of strangling Etan Patz has a psychological disorder that makes his confession unreliable, a psychiatrist said.
A renowned psychiatrist testifying for the defense says the man suspected of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz in 1979 has a personality disorder
The man accused of strangling 6-year-old Etan Patz was paranoid and talked about seeing a ghostly “lady in white.”
Law enforcement say a last minute informant has emerged in their case against the suspect charged in the disappearance of Etan Patz. Patz disappeared seemingly without a trace May 25 1979. A New York prosecutor told media an informant would testify at the murder trial of Pedro Hernandez, AP reported. Show More Summary
The daughter of a man on trial for murder in the 1979 disappearance of 6-year-old Etan Patz testified about her strict upbringing
Prosecution showed jurors pictures of a little boy they say resembled the slain 6-year-old in size and shape
A man’s claim to be Etan Patz, the six-year-old boy who vanished nearly 36 years ago in New York City, has caused the parents of the missing boy to relive the agony of their son’s disappearance — even as a murder trial continues forShow More Summary
I was 15 and growing up on West 99th street when Etan Patz first showed up on my kitchen table's milk carton. Etan's murder trial began three weeks ago and I found myself Googling that milk carton picture. Etan's red on white (superShow More Summary