Former NYPD detective Jerry Giorgio smiles alongside Commissioner Ray Kelly, right, after a news conference at One Police Plaza where it was announced that after an investigation that lasted more than two decades they had arrested the killer of a then unidentified child who was nicknamed Baby Hope, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in New York. During an interrogation early Saturday, the 4-year-old Anjelica Castillo's cousin, Conrado Juarez, had admitted sexually assaulting and smothering her, Kelly said. Giorgio, who had the case from 1991 until his retirement over the summer, said he remained confident the case could be solved. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

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Former NYPD detective Jerry Giorgio smiles alongside Commissioner Ray Kelly, right, after a news conference at One Police Plaza where it was announced that after an investigation that lasted more than two decades they had arrested the killer of a then unidentified child who was nicknamed Baby Hope, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in New York. During an interrogation early Saturday, the 4-year-old Anjelica Castillo's cousin, Conrado Juarez, had admitted sexually assaulting and smothering her, Kelly said. Giorgio, who had the case from 1991 until his retirement over the summer, said he remained confident the case could be solved. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Former NYPD detective Jerry Giorgio smiles alongside Commissioner Ray Kelly, right, after a news conference at One Police Plaza where it was announced that after an investigation that lasted more than two decades they had arrested the killer of a then unidentified child who was nicknamed Baby Hope, Saturday, Oct. 12, 2013, in New York. During an interrogation early Saturday, the 4-year-old Anjelica Castillo's cousin, Conrado Juarez, had admitted sexually assaulting and smothering her, Kelly said. Giorgio, who had the case from 1991 until his retirement over the summer, said he remained confident the case could be solved. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
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