New York’s coldest cold case

Published on September 7th, 2009 | by Admin

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400 years ago John Coleman was murdered in what was to become metropolitan New York. The case remains unsolved.

Not much is known about him, much less about his murder. His body was hastily buried and has never been found. A weapon was recovered, but it vanished. The only account of the crime is secondhand, pieced together from a few witnesses, some of whom might have harbored a grudge. The chief suspects were singled out because of racial profiling but were never questioned. No one was ever prosecuted.

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