The Little Boy from SoHo

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The Little Boy from SoHo

The Little Boy from SoHo

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784705cb-4545-3af6-b011-7ef4ffef8ad2
"The Little Boy from SoHo." Thirty Nine years ago on May 25, 1979, a Little Boy who lived in SoHo, New York barely age six was allowed to go to his school bus stop by himself, according to his mother. He never returned home after school and from all reports, he never got on the school bus that morning. The parents make their call at 6 PM to the police and at 10 PM the author and eleven of his fellow cops responded to search for the boy. They were unlucky in their search that night. The author searched hard for the boy because he had a nine month old daughter at home at the time. He didn't want to imagine what it would be like to lose her. There was no evidence as to how the boy went missing, everyone was questioned and re-questioned who lived in the neighborhood at the time. The case went frozen, not cold until a man in New Jersey made a statement to relatives. Everyone believed him, except for this book's author. He was tried and convicted and sentenced to do twenty five years to life in prison, for a crime this author believes he didn't commit. This is what prompted the author to write "The Little Boy from SoHo". He wants to get what he has uncovered out for people to read. His problem is that he needs to reference the boy's name which he doesn't want to do. He wants people to hear what he believes to be the truth in open court where he has been stymied from testifying. Robert McKenna (R.E. McKenna) joined the NYPD in 1974 but was laid off July 1975. He went from one job to another, and decided to get his college degree on weekends. Then he was hired to be Nelson A. Rockefeller's personal body guard after he left the Office of United States Vice-President. April of 1978, he was called back to the NYPD. He quickly made Sergeant and Lieutenant. He was called upon to clean up Washington Square Park as Lieutenant. In six months the Park was rid of its drug entrenched dealers. He made front page of the New York Times, something no other NYPD Lieutenant had achieved unless they had been arrested. The case has remained with him throughout all those years. He listened to the media accounts of both trials and to individual statements the little boy's mother made. He keeps shaking his head and asking himself, "why am I the only who sees it." You will see what the author sees after reading his book.
  • Categoría BISAC FIC022090
  • Formato Epub 2
  • Idioma Inglés
  • Año 2022
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