Man Wrongly Convicted For 1957 Murder Will Be Allowed To Sue StateMcCullough, a former security guard and police officer, was arrested by Seattle police in 2011 and charged with the 1957 kidnap and murder of 7-year-old Maria Ridulph -- making it the oldest cold case ever brought to court
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Ex-Cop Convicted In 1957 Murder Of Ill. GirlJack McCullough, 72, was convicted Friday in the slaying of a 7-year-old Illinois girl snatched from a small-town street corner 55 years ago. McCullough settled in Seattle years later and worked as a Washington state police officer.
Local Man On Trial For 1957 Murder Of Illinois GirlJack McCullough, 72 and a former Washington state police officer, has pleaded not guilty to the 1957 kidnapping and slaying of Maria Ridulph, of Sycamore, Ill. It's one of the oldest cold-case killings brought to trial in the United States.
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