Mount Vernon Detectives Solve Decades Old Cold Case

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MOUNT VERNON, NY == November 25, 2020 — On Friday May 7, 1993 at 10:35 PM, Jacinto Liriano, a family man who had just a month prior, immigrated to the United States from the Dominican Republic, was shot and killed during a robbery attempt in front of 316 West First Street in the City of Mount Vernon. Detectives from the …

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The HEZITORIAL: America Scarred by History; Struggling for Security By HEZI ARIS

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The visceral component revealed in the streets of America, gleaned from the recent deaths in Ferguson, Cleveland, and Staten Island poignantly question whether this nation is gripped by the past, present or future. The very duration and complexity of finding one’s way in a society reluctant to share its promise of respect and equality has disintegrated before our eyes. The …

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Former Chief of Staff to Ex-NYS Senator Vincent Leibell Sentenced for Obstruction of Justice in White Plains Federal Court

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — Preet Bharara (pictured), the United States Attorney for the Southern District of NewYork, announced that Raymond Maguire, the former Chief of Staff to ex-New York State Senator Vincent L. Leibell, III, was sentenced on December 16, 2011, by U.S. District Judge Cathy Seibel in White Plains federal court to four months in prison and four months …

eHeziFormer Chief of Staff to Ex-NYS Senator Vincent Leibell Sentenced for Obstruction of Justice in White Plains Federal Court