Two former officers liable for $7 million in Caravella case, jury decidesSun-Sentinel
Mar. 28, 2013
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The jury in the Anthony Caravella civil lawsuit decided two of the four officers are liable for framing the mentally challenged 15-year-old for the 1983 rape and murder of a Miramar woman, condemning him to maximum security prisons for close to 26 years until DNA set him free in 2009.