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Police rope off the area around a car as they seach for evidence in the early morning hours of July 31, 1977, after a gunman shot a young couple parked in a secluded lovers' lane in the Gravesend section of the Brooklyn borough of New York. Police believe it was another "Son of Sam" shooting. (AP Photo)

Authorities rope off area around car as they search for evidencein New York, Sunday, July 31, 1977 after a gunman approached the vehicle on a secluded Brooklyn lovers' lane in New York and fired four shots through an open widow of the vehicle, critically wounding the young couple inside. Robert Violante and Stacy Moskowitz, both 20 and both from Brooklyn, were shot by an assailant police believe to be the "44-caliber killer", also known as "Son of Sam." (AP Photo/Henry Griffin)

Stacy Moskowitz' mother, Neysa Moskowitz, speaking to nurse in Kings County Hospital while her daughter is in surgery, July 31, 1977. (AP Photo/Ira Schwartz)

Residents of Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn and police officers standing near scene of shooting by .44 caliber killer at Shore Parkway and Bay 16 in New York, July 31, 1977. (AP Photo)

Residents of Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn and police officers standing near scene of shooting by .44 caliber killer at Shore Parkway and Bay 16 in New York, July 31, 1977. (AP Photo)

Residents of Bensonhurst section of Brooklyn and police officers standing near scene of shooting by .44 caliber killer at Shore Parkway and Bay 16 in New York, July 31, 1977. (AP Photo)

Jerome and Neysa Moskowitz talk with newsmen at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, Aug. 1, 1977 after they learned that their 20-year-old daughter Stacy had died of a massive gunshot wound to the skull. Stacy was fatally wounded at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday while she sat in a parked car with her date Robert Violante, 20. Violante was also shot in the head, lost one eye, and may lose the sight of the other eye. (AP Photo/Ray Howard)

Dr. William Shucart holds press conference, August 1, 1977, after the death of Stacy Moskowitz, .44 killer's victim. Dr. Shucart is the Executive Director of Kings County hospital. (AP Photo)

Stacy Moskowitz' parents, Jerry and Neysa Moskowitz, speaking with press, August 1, 1977. Stacy was a victim of the 44 killer. (AP Photo)

Pasquale Violante, whose son, Robert, may lose his eyesight because of the .44 caliber bullet fired by "Son of Sam," listens to questions during news conference at Kings County Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, Aug. 2, 1977. The elder Violante said he has not yet told his son that he was shot by "Son of Sam," or that his date, 20-year-old Stacy Moskowitz, died as a result of injuries suffered in the mad gunman's attack. (AP Photo/Dan Grossi)