A Manhattan jury acquitted the 33-year-old man who confessed to yanking a gold chain off the neck of a developmentally delayed three-year-old girl last year on the roof of an UES project. Anthony Faison of upstate NY signed a written confession to the robbery, and an eensy weensy bit of his DNA was found on little Mariah Rodriguez's dress. 50.4 pictograms, to be precise, which was too little (we're talking 50.4 trillionths of a gram little) to convict Faison. According to the Post, the man also "testified, believably, that cops had threatened to charge him with sexually assaulting the girl unless he confessed to the chain snatch." Faisal would have faced up to 14 years in prison if convicted.