Sundhe Moses free after 18 years in prison for fatal shooting of 4-year-old

A Brooklyn man is free after serving 18 years behind bars for the fatal shooting of a 4-year-old girl. According to the Daily News, Sundhe

Lawyers documented flaws in the case, and allege that retired detective Louis Scarcella forced a confession.

Lawyers documented flaws in the case, and allege that retired detective Louis Scarcella forced a confession. (12/4/13)

BROOKLYN - A Brooklyn man is free after serving 18 years behind bars for the fatal shooting of a 4-year-old girl.

According to the Daily News, Sundhe Moses was released from an upstate prison after his lawyers documented flaws in the Brooklyn district attorney's case.

Moses also alleges that retired Brooklyn detective Louis Scarcella beat him into a confession in connection with the stray-bullet death.

The case is one of 50 that Scarcella worked on, which have now come under review. He has not been charged.
 

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