‘Grid Kid’ murder suspect’s lawyer requests DA launch probe into his office

‘Grid Kid’ murder suspect’s lawyer requests DA launch probe into his office by Emily SaulNew York Post A lawyer for the man awaiting retrial for a 2003 murder is personally​​ petitioning the Brooklyn ​district ​a​​​ttorney to launch a probe​ –​ into his own office​.​ In a letter to DA Eric Gonzalez, defense attorney Mark Bederow requests an … Read more

‘Grid Kid’ murder suspect’s lawyers claim prosecutors framed him

‘Grid Kid’ murder suspect’s lawyers claim prosecutors framed him   by Emily Saul New York Post Attorneys for a Brooklyn man facing retrial for the 15-year-old murder of a college football player say they’ve unearthed more evidence that a former prosecutor framed their client. Ex-prosecutor Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi wrote a letter of recommendation for a witness after he … Read more

Man facing retrial in ‘Grid Kid’ killing argues lawyers purposely suppressed evidence

Man facing retrial in ‘Grid Kid’ killing argues lawyers purposely suppressed evidence   by Emily Saul New York Post The man facing retrial ​for the 15-year-old murder of a college football player at a Brooklyn house party is trying to get the case tossed — arguing the ​​prosecutor deliberately suppressed evidence ​that could have cleared him. John … Read more

Judge denies bail for John Giuca despite overturned murder conviction

Judge denies bail for John Giuca despite overturned murder conviction   News 12 Brooklyn   BROOKLYN – A judge denied bail Tuesday for a Brooklyn man whose 2003 murder conviction was overturned on appeal. John Giuca’s relatives and lawyer are continuing to fight for his release. “The case has crumbled,” says his mother, Doreen Giuliano. … Read more

Man convicted in ‘Grid Kid’ slaying finally confesses

Man convicted in ‘Grid Kid’ slaying finally confesses By Gabrielle Fonrouge and Lia EustachewichNew York Post The Brooklyn man convicted of helping to kill Connecticut college football star Mark Fisher has finally confessed to the 2003 slaying, according to a report. The admission by “Grid Kid” killer co-defendant Antonio Russo was made to detectives during … Read more

Star Athlete’s Murderer Confesses. Why Is Someone Else Still Locked Up?

by Hella Winston The Daily Beast In February, after serving almost 13 years in prison, a Brooklyn man named John Giuca had his murder conviction thrown out by an appellate court citing violations by the prosecutor—a former darling of the Brooklyn DA’s Homicide Bureau who now has her own true-crime TV show. The court ordered a retrial but … Read more

Star Prosecutor Turned TV Commentator Just Got Caught Doing Some Dirty Tricks

Star Prosecutor Turned TV Commentator Just Got Caught Doing Some Dirty Tricks by Bennett GershmanLaw & Crime Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi, a tough, seasoned Brooklyn prosecutor claimed she tried over 50 cases and never lost.  She was chief of the Homicide Bureau when she left the office to become a celebrity TV commentator on the Discovery channel. … Read more

The False Conviction of the District Attorney Turned Reality Star

The False Conviction of the District Attorney Turned Reality Star TRUE CONVICTION? Just after Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi parlayed her success as a Brooklyn ADA into a new career as a true-crime TV host, an appeals court reversed one of her signature murder convictions.  by Christopher Ketcham The Daily Beast   Just after Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi parlayed her … Read more

Brooklyn man convicted in 2003 ‘Grid Kid’ slaying of college football player granted retrial

by Christina Carrega and Leonard Greene NY Daily News The man convicted in the “Grid Kid” killing of a Fairfield University football player in Brooklyn 15 years ago is getting a new trial. A state appellate court sided with John Giuca Wednesday in his longtime bid to have another jury hear the evidence related to … Read more

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