In this undated photo provided Gottlieb & Gordon, Jon-Adrian Velazquez is seen. Prosecutors have turned down Velazquez's bid to be cleared in the 1998 killing of a retired police officer, an exoneration effort championed by actor Martin Sheen. After an 18-month review of information including eyewitness recantations and a new claim that someone else confessed to the crime, the Manhattan district attorney's office declined this week to ask a judge to dismiss the case against, his lawyers said Tuesday, April 2, 2013. (AP Photo/Gottlieb & Gordon)

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In this undated photo provided Gottlieb & Gordon, Jon-Adrian Velazquez is seen. Prosecutors have turned down Velazquez's bid to be cleared in the 1998 killing of a retired police officer, an exoneration effort championed by actor Martin Sheen. After an 18-month review of information including eyewitness recantations and a new claim that someone else confessed to the crime, the Manhattan district attorney's office declined this week to ask a judge to dismiss the case against, his lawyers said Tuesday, April 2, 2013.  (AP Photo/Gottlieb & Gordon)
In this undated photo provided Gottlieb & Gordon, Jon-Adrian Velazquez is seen. Prosecutors have turned down Velazquez's bid to be cleared in the 1998 killing of a retired police officer, an exoneration effort championed by actor Martin Sheen. After an 18-month review of information including eyewitness recantations and a new claim that someone else confessed to the crime, the Manhattan district attorney's office declined this week to ask a judge to dismiss the case against, his lawyers said Tuesday, April 2, 2013. (AP Photo/Gottlieb & Gordon)
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