At 17, he was called a ringleader in the 1986 assault by whites in Queens that left a black man dead and another badly beaten. The family said he committed suicide.
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JANUARY 04, 2013
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2013 - ASSURITY PERIODONTICS AND IMPLANT DENTISTRY, P.C.
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