A century ago, Lieutenant Joseph Petrosino of the
New York Police Department was shot to death
while on assignment in a foreign land.
by Thomas Hunt
"'Petrosino was a great man, a good man,' former President Theodore Roosevelt told the press. 'I knew him for years, and he did not know the name of fear. He was a man worth while. I regret most sincerely the death of such a man as Joe Petrosino.'"
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