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New York Prospect Park Rape Case Cracked After 24 Years

Newsmax Wednesday, 10 January 2018
The case of a 1994 rape in New York City borough Brooklyn's Prospect Park that a popular columnist called a hoax has finally been cracked, detectives said Tuesday.
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