six summers ago, Leiby Kletzky’s angelic face was everywhere in New York. The 8-year-old Hasidic boy vanished on his first day walking home from day camp in his neighborhood in the Boro Park section of Brooklyn. The city’s worst fears became reality a few days later when his dismembered body was discovered stashed in a home not far away, where a member of the tight-knit ultra-Orthodox community admitted to killing him.

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