Handyman in Etan Patz Probe Says He's Innocent

A lawyer for the handyman Othniel Miller whose basement workshop is the focal point of a new investigation into the Etan Patz case today denied he had anything to do with the little boy's disappearance more than three decades ago. "Mr. Miller did not do this," Michael Farkas, the attorney for Miller, told reporters outside the Brooklyn building where Miller lives. "Mr. Miller denies involvement with what happened to this beautiful young boy and he's going to remain cooperative to the extent...Full Story
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