Prosecutors say a defendant's murder conviction in a retrial over the disappearance and death of 6-year-old Etan Patz (AY'-tahn payts) in 1979 was the result of methodical deliberations by a … Click to Continue »
Jurors in Pedro Hernandez’s second trial knew during proceedings that members of the first jury were often in the audience.
The sentencing of Etan Patz's convicted killer will be postponed while the defense mulls its legal options, the judge in the case decided.
Etan Patz was only 6-years-old when he kissed his mother goodbye and made his way down the block to wait for the school bus. It had been the first time
Some observers have raised questions as to whether or not Pedro Hernandez is actually Etan Patz’s killer, or that perhaps he didn’t act alone. The post Etan Patz Murder Suspect Found Guilty, But Is The Case Closed? appeared first on CrimeFeed.
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A guilty verdict may have closed the books in the 1979 murder, but emptiness lingered on the blocks of SoHo where the 6-year-old took his last steps.
“It was a very tough moment for all of us,” a former juror said. “We were desperate for it to go the right way.”
A man has been convicted in the 1979 killing of Etan Patz, the New York City boy whose disappearance resulted in a nationwide shift in parenting. Pedro Hernandez, of Maple Shade, New Jersey, was found guilty Tuesday of strangling the 6-year-old, nearly 38 years after the boy disappeared on his way to the school bus stop. Show More Summary
Pedro Hernandez was convicted Tuesday of the murder of 6-year-old Etan Patz, who disappeared in 1979 on his way to the school bus in New York. CBS News' Kenneth Craig has details.
The case has haunted New York City for more than three decades and altered the way the nation responds to missing children.
In the end, they convicted Pedro Hernandez of kidnapping and killing the 6-year-old SoHo boy.
The face of little Etan Patz has haunted parents for decades, but on Tuesday, some justice was finally served in his death, NBC New York and CBS New York report. Pedro Hernandez, 55, was acquitted of intentional second-degree murder in the nearly 40-year-old case, but he was found guilty of...
Etan Patz became one of the most visible symbols for missing children.
Pedro Hernandez, who confessed to killing the 6-year-old boy in 2012, has been found guilty.
The jury deliberates for nine days before finding Pedro Hernandez guilty of murder in one of the nation's most haunting missing-child cases.
After nearly 40 years and two trials, the parents of Etan Patz finally got justice for the murder of their 6-year-old son.
A jury has reached a verdict in the murder retrial of the man accused of killing 6-year-old Etan Patz, who became one of the country's most...
After leaving home to wait for the school bus in Manhattan more than 30 years ago, Etan Patz was never again seen by his family. His body has never been found.
Jurors deliberated for nine days before reaching a verdict on one of the nation's most haunting missing child cases