Dr. Robert Reza, convicted LI murderer, dies

Dr. Robert Reza in handcuffs leaving Suffolk Police

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Dr. Robert Reza in handcuffs leaving Suffolk Police Headquarters after being charged in the murder of his wife Marilyn. (Dec. 20, 1990) (Credit: Newsday/Jim Peppler)

Robert Reza, the Bayport physician who was convicted in the 1990 killing of his wife while having an affair with the organist at his family's church, has died in prison, state prison officials said. He was 68.

Reza, who was a pulmonary specialist and professor of medicine at Stony Brook University Hospital, died Aug. 26 while serving a 25-years-to-life sentence in the Fishkill Correctional...

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