Leiby kletzky

The body was reportedly found in the basement, wrapped in a blanket.
The Orthodox Brooklyn man who confessed to abducting, murdering and dismembering an 8-year-old Hasidic boy last year was sentenced to 40 years-to-life in prison today.
The Orthodox Brooklyn man who previously confessed to abducting, murdering and dismembering an 8-year-old Hasidic boy last year pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and kidnapping charges today to avoid a trial.
It's believed Aron's deal would include a 40 years-to-life sentence.
The man who fatally stabbed four people and claims to have killed six others gives his thoughts on killing children.
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“There are thousands of [married] people in the community who are related and there’s no problem. It’s preposterous to say that because there’s a possibility of his parents being related, [Aron] would be crazy.”
Levi Aron's lawyer argued that his client is insane for multiple reasons: "He suffered a severe head injury as a young man. There's a history of schizophrenia. There's inbreeding in that community."
Though his lawyers wanted to move it to The Bronx or Suffolk County, the trial of Levi Aron will stay in Brooklyn.
The father of a Brooklyn boy who was brutally murdered in July has filed civil lawsuits against his son's alleged killer.
The attorneys for Levi Aron, the man who confessed to killing and dismembering 8-year-old Hasidic boy Leiby Kletzky, have already had defended themselves from criticisms once—but it seems they had to do it again yesterday.
Though it had been in the works for sometime, the Brooklyn DA this week rolled out its "Safe Stop" program to try and make sure something like the Leiby Kletzky murder never happens again.
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