Leiby Kletzky’s Dad Suing Suspected Killer for $100 Million

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Thursday July 14th, 2011. 1144. 2820 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn. The 67th Precinct. Murder Suspect Levi Aron is escorted out of the Precinct. He is accused of the kidnap and brutal murder of 8yr old Leiby Kletzky. Back at his apartment at 466 East 2nd Street, Crime Scene Investigators remove evidence, including two computers.
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Thursday July 14th, 2011. 1144. 2820 Snyder Avenue, Brooklyn. The 67th Precinct. Murder Suspect Levi Aron is escorted out of the Precinct. He is accused of the kidnap and brutal murder of 8yr old Leiby Kletzky. Back at his apartment at 466 East 2nd Street, Crime Scene Investigators remove evidence, including two computers.

Pictured: Levi Aron is lead from the Precinct

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The father of the slain 8-year-old Brooklyn boy filed a civil suit seeking $100 million in punitive damages from accused murderer Levi Aron for acts that were "were utterly reckless, malicious, wanton, willful and exhibited a depraved indifference to the health, safety, freedom and rights ... of Leiby Kletzky." An additional $100 million lawsuit was filed against Aron's father, who owns the building where the killing allegedly occurred, for having "permitt[ed] tools of terror to be and remain at said premises, knowing of the vicious, assaultive and murderous propensities of his son, Levi Aron, who resided at said premises." [NYP]