N.J. Supreme Court to decide whether man convicted in 1973 trooper killing should be released

Sundiata Acoli, then known as Clark Edward Squire, is led away in handcuffs in this 1976 photo. (Star-Ledger file photo)

TRENTON — The state Supreme Court has agreed to consider whether a man convicted with Joanne Chesimard — one of the FBI’s most wanted fugitives — in the infamous killing of a New Jersey state trooper in 1973 should be released from prison. Sundiata Acoli, then known as Clark Edward Squire, had been sentenced to life…

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