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Protesting the Boudin Parole hearing



July 01, 2001

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Protesting the Boudin Parole hearing

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The State of New York will be holding a parole hearing for Kathy Boudin this summer. Ms. Boudin was part of a terrorist group and participated in the October 20, 1981 Brink's robbery in Rockland County, New York. Two police officers and a Brink's guard were killed during this robbery. Nine children were left without fathers.

The Clarkstown PBA along with Rockland County PBA need the help of police officers and citizens nationwide to oppose this parole. Ms. Boudin is very politically connected, her father was a wealthy attorney and her brother is a federal judge. Two members of her group have been pardoned by the past administration. Please take the time to contact Governor George Pataki and the N.Y. State Parole Board. More information is available at www.ogradybrown.com. A website dedicated to opposing the release of Ms. Boudin.Thank you for any assistance you can provide.

Fraternally,
Pete Noonan
Adm. Lt.
Clarkstown P.D.
(845) 639-5838





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