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FREED TO KILL

Mayor Rudolph Giuliani gestures at a New York City Hall news conference Wednesday, Feb. 14, 1996, where he said that a Brooklyn judge owes the city an explanation for freeing a violent criminal who then killed a woman who was begging the court for protection. Giuliani expressed his anger at Judge Lorin Duckman following publication of court transcripts in which Duckman gave priority to reuniting the accused batterer, Benito Oliver, with his dog. Galina Komar, who had sought protection from Oliver, was killed in a murder/suicide three weeks after Duckman released Oliver without bail. (AP Photo/Ed Bailey)

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February 14, 1996 01:28:00 PM
February 14, 1996 09:25:00 PM
ED BAILEY
AP
ASSOCIATED PRESS
2000 x 1328 0.29 MB
RUDOLPH GUILIANI
Crime, Edgil Crime
NEW YORK, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES
NYR120
STF
XAG RLM SA

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