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August 2, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harry J. Gaynor admits he spent many restless nights wondering whether he should have anything to do with a book about Charles Rothenberg, the former New York waiter who spent almost seven years in prison for severely burning his son, David, in a Buena Park motel room in 1983. As founder and president of the National Burn Victim Foundation in Orange, N.J.
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August 2, 1990 | DENNIS McLELLAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harry J. Gaynor admits he spent many restless nights wondering whether he should have anything to do with a book about Charles Rothenberg, the former New York waiter who spent almost seven years in prison for severely burning his son, David, in a Buena Park motel room in 1983. As founder and president of the National Burn Victim Foundation in Orange, N.J.
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February 2, 1990 | Associated Press
Charles Rothenberg, who was paroled after setting his son on fire seven years ago, said through a spokesman here Thursday that he will honor the boy's wishes that he stay away. Rothenberg, who was paroled from a 13-year prison sentence in California on Jan. 24, is believed to be living in the Oakland area. Before his release, he said he wanted to be reunited with his son, David, who was 6 at the time his father set fire to his bed in a Buena Park motel room.
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