Strange Justice Blog Friday, July 28, 2006 by bussorah Andy Warhol once likened snappily dressed New York defence lawyer Eddie Hayes to a character from the 1970s sitcom Laverne and […]

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By ZACH HABERMAN July 26, 2006 — The federal judge who said he was forced to let two former NYPD detectives off the hook for being murderous Mafia moles refused […]

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July 26, 2006 By ALAN FEUER Less than a month after he acquitted them of one of the most scandalous murder conspiracies in New York history, a federal judge denied […]

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BY ANTHONY M. DESTEFANO and THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEWSDAY STAFF WRITER July 25, 2006, 2:34 PM EDT A federal judge in Brooklyn today ordered that the ‘Mafia Cops’ be kept […]

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July 25, 2006 By ALAN FEUER When Louis J. Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa appear in court today to ask a judge for bail, a pair of questions will be buzzing […]

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By TOM HAYS Associated Press Writer July 24, 2006, NEW YORK — It was a sensational case that seemed finished when guilty verdicts and life sentences were announced earlier this […]

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Thursday, July 13th, 2006 My guess is that one way or the other the Mafia cops are going to the can. For life. Although the federal prosecutors put on a […]

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So goes the rule of law in a nation of laws. There is no question whatever, Federal Judge Jack Weinstein said Friday that two former city detectives are absolutely guilty […]

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Now that the shock has worn off and I am forced to accept the reality that Judge Weinstein really did throw out the verdict, I can’t help but feel in […]

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BY ANTHONY M. DESTEFANO Newsday Staff Writer July 4, 2006 The federal judge in the “Mafia Cop” case has ordered that he – and only he – be the one […]

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