Charles Goldblum was convicted of the Feb. 9, 1976 murder of George Wilhelm, a 42-year-old former armored truck driver, who was stabbed 23 times.
Wilhelm lived long enough to make a so-called dying declaration to the police officer who found him. “Clarence — Clarence Miller did this to me.”
Clarence Miller was questioned, and accused Charles Goldblum of killing Wilhelm.
Goldblum has steadfastly maintained that, although present at the crime scene, he was only a shocked witness to the killing.
Many people originally involved with the case now say that Goldblum is innocent, including both the assistant district attorney who prosecuted him and the judge who sentenced him.
Source : Article in Pittsburg Post-Gazette, February 7, 2016