victims kin protest paul simons broadway musical celebrating the killer
NYP97120203-2 DECEMBER 1997-NEW YORK, NEW YORK, USA: Kim Erker of New York City meets with the press December 1st outside the Marquee Theatre to protest composer Paul Simon Broadway musical "The Capeman" which is based on the true story of Salvador Agron who murdered two teenagers in 1959 one of whom was her cousin Robert Young. She and other family members feel that the life of the murderer of their kin should not be celebrated in a musical. UPI ep/Ezio Petersen
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