Killer in 1964 ‘Kitty’ Genovese Case Up for Parole

March 28, 1964: New Yorkers shrugged as Catherine “Kitty” Genovese was killed.

Winston Moseley, convicted in the infamous 1964 killing of Catherine “Kitty” Genovese, is up for parole and Sam Favate takes a look in the Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog.

Barbara Brotman of the Trib talks to the women who helped bring Judy Chicago’s “The Dinner Party”to Chicago in 1981.

The Detroit News reports that a police dive team has recovered a 1,200-pound cannon that was lost in the Detroit River while being ferried to a British ship in 1796. Officials say that the cannon may go on display at the Dossin Great Lakes Museum after its condition is stabilized.

Still no word on what became of the Pershing Square cannon nicknamed “The Last Argument of Kings” that was moved to Travel Town and eventually vanished.

The L.A. Daily Mirror and L.A. Crime Beat curated with tireless precision by the bots at The bots have finally decided the death of Steve Jobs is more important than the Tupac sex tape.

About lmharnisch

I am retired from the Los Angeles Times
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