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Jailed Pedophile Guilty in 1998 Murder of Boy

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      Jailed Pedophile Guilty in 1998 Murder of Boy, 12 By Barbara Whitaker 9/29/05
      "A man described as a classic sexual predator who is already serving time for
      sexually abusing a dozen teenage boys was found guilty yesterday of the
      kidnapping and murder of a 12-year-old Yonkers boy found buried in a shallow grave
      in Dobbs Ferry more than six years ago. The murder of the boy, Orlandito
      Rosario-Maldonado, which shocked Westchester, went unsolved for years before
      investigators compiled enough evidence to arrest Robert D. DeRosario, a suspect from
      the beginning.....The boy was last seen on Nov. 2, 1998, in Mr. DeRosario's
      apartment building after getting a haircut. The investigation into his death
      led authorities to a world of child sexual exploitation, and nine men, including
      Mr. DeRosario, were ultimately arrested on charges that they sexually abused
      boys in Westchester County. Among them were public officials and corporate
      executives. Mr. DeRosario admitted to sexually attacking 12 boys, ranging in age
      from 13 to 19, and pleaded guilty to 12 counts of sodomy, sex abuse and
      endangering a child. In July 2000 he was sentenced to 10 years in prison. "This
      case opened up a world of pedophiles we were able to identify," Ms. Pirro said.
      "But for the longest time we didn't have sufficient evidence to bring murder
      charges against the individual who killed Orlandito."he boy's body was badly
      decomposed and, aside from the fact that he was strangled by a piece of rope
      similar to some found in Mr. DeRosario's apartment, there was little physical
      evidence. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/29/nyregion/29slay.html


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