Nearly 39 years ago, a wealthy Florida citrus grower named Charles Von Maxcy was stabbed and shot to death, gangland style, at his home in Sebring.

The bizarre story of the murder, and of Florida’s on-and-off campaign to find and convict the killer, is now before the Supreme Court, which will review the case at its Thursday conference and decide whether to put it on its docket.

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