Winston Moseley, one of New York’s most notorious killers in the past half century, has been denied parole for the 15th time. Parole officials yesterday notified the 76-year-old inmate that he will remain behind bars, with another shot at release two years away (See Transcript of Parole Hearing).

In 1964, Mr. Moseley stalked and killed Kitty Genovese over the span of 30 minutes, possibly while dozens of Queens residents ignored her screams for help. He also escaped from custody in 1968 and broke into a Buffalo residence, where he bound a man and raped his wife.

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