Judge Tosses '91 Conviction Linked to Retired Detective
A Brooklyn judge has thrown out a murder conviction for a man accused of taking part in the 1991 shooting of two corrections officers, citing the "false and misleading practices" of retired New York City police detective Louis Scarcella, who is tied to numerous vacated convictions.
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