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Issue 234

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Elia Gran Mar 30, 2018

This month, in our Indy Noir issue, Simon Davis-Cohen follows private investigator Manuel Gomez in the Bronx and reports on Gomez’s collaboration with legendary NYPD whistleblower Frank Serpico to bring real accountability to the police department. Theodore Hamm looks at the disturbing case of John Giuca, A Brooklyn man who remains jailed on Riker’s Island even though his 2005 murder conviction was recently overturned. And Apoorva Tadepelli profiles Martin Stolar, the people’s lawyer who has brought his clients’ protests into the courtroom for the past 50 years. All this and more.

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Photo (top): Indy audio producer Elia Gran. Photo courtesy of John Tarleton.

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