Editorial: Mass. Gov. Cleans House on Parole Board
January 14, 2011
Massachusetts' governor has forced the resignation of the five members of the state parole board who approved the release of three-time lifer Dominic Cinelli, who murdered a Woburn police officer during a botched jewelry robbery.
Woburn PD's Officer John Maguire, 60, was killed during a botched jewelry counter robbery in Woburn on Dec. 26.
Following the fatal shooting, Gov. Deval Patrick ordered a review of the Parole Board.
In an editorial, the Boston Herald called the release of Cinelli "a perfect storm of incompetence, inefficiency, technical glitches and flaws in existing law."
Read the full story at BostonHerald.com.
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