Moseley’s “heinous” offense, “total disregard for the life of another human being” and apparent lack of insight into why he killed Ms.
Genovese or committed the rape in Buffalo, although The board noted in passing that Mr.
Records indicate that in the early morning hours of March 13, 1964, he was cruising the streets of Queens when he confronted Ms. Moseley caught her and The New York Times, in an account that is disputed but nevertheless bred a legend, reported at the time that more than three dozen New Yorkers heard and ignored Ms. Moseley chased her down and attacked her again and again. Moseley broke into a home, shot a 24-year-old woman six times and had sex with her dead body.
Genovese, the 28-year-old manager of a Jamaica Avenue sports bar, after she got out of her red Fiat and began walking the 100 feet to her Kew Gardens apartment. He later explained that he had an “uncontrollable urge to kill” and claimed to have committed at least five rapes He killed a teenage girl and another woman. Moseley quickly confessed to the Genovese killing and two others.
In 1995, at the age of 60, Moseley thought he had found a way out of prison.