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Bronx Man Sentenced In Shooting Death

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A man from the Bronx was sentenced to 18 years in state prison today for an accidental shooting in Gloversville.

Louis Robinson shot David Ortiz of Amsterdam in the face last August outside Naif's Convenient Store.

In February, Robinson was convicted for robbery, grand larceny, assault, and criminal possession of a weapon.

Two other men involved in the case plead guilty and testified against Robinson.

 

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Raymond J. Keating

Raymond J. Keating is the editor and publisher of the Keating Reports, which operates the Long Island Sentinel. He is a writer, commentator and economist, who wrote a column for Newsday for more than a decade, and is now a columnist with Long Island Business News and Dolan Media Company. The views expressed by Keating are strictly his own.