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Thirty Retired FBI Agents Call For Pardon of 4 Navy Men Convicted of 1977 Rape

It’s not everyday you get 30 retired FBI agents to come to your defense or write a letter to the governor on your behalf asking for a pardon.

By Tom Jackman
Washington Post Staff Writer
RICHMOND, Nov. 10 — A group of 30 retired FBI agents added their voices Monday to the campaign calling for full pardons for four Navy men convicted in the rape and murder of a woman in Norfolk in 1997.
The men have come to be known as “the Norfolk Four,” and they have been the focus of a television documentary and a new book, “The Wrong Guys,” published this month. All four confessed involvement in the rape and stabbing death of 19-year-old Michelle Moore-Bosko inside her apartment, later recanted those confessions but were convicted anyway. Three are serving life sentences for murder, and the fourth was convicted of rape and has completed serving his 8 1/2 -year term.
The retired agents, members of the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI, sent Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine (D) a letter in July seeking pardons for Joseph Dick, Derek Tice, Danial Williams and Eric Wilson. After they received no response, they decided to hold a news conference here Monday, led by Jay Cochran Jr., who headed the Virginia State Police criminal investigations bureau and was commissioner of the Pennsylvania State Police after a 29-year FBI career.
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