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The iconic portrait of Billy the Kid that led to the mistaken belief that the outlaw was a southpaw is going up for sale this weekend.
After a lengthy debate that aroused national and international attention, Bill Richardson announced on his last day as New Mexico's governor that he would not grant a pardon to long-dead outlaw Billy the Kid.
For notorious Wild West outlaw Billy the Kid, it looks like Christmas might yet come, just 129 years too late. And some are wondering why.