A federal court jury on Long Island has determined that several former detectives who arrested three men in a 1984 rape and murder case did nothing wrong. The three men—John Restivo, Dennis Halstead and John Kogut—spent 18 years in prison for the rape and murder of 16-year-old Theresa Fusco before their convictions were overturned. They were freed in 2003 after DNA from the victim’s body did not match any of the three (NYLJ. June 12, 2003).
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