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NY Cop Killer to Soon be Paroled

Anthony Blanks, now 69, was convicted of first-degree murder and criminal possession of a weapon in 1978 for the veteran officer's killing. He was sentenced to 25 years to life.

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VA Governor Appoints Trooper's Widow to Parole Board

Michelle Dermyer, an advocate for survivors of crime whose husband, Trooper Chad Dermyer, was fatally shot on duty in 2016 at the Greyhound bus station in Richmond.

Release of Convicted Cop-Killer Delayed

The release of a man convicted in the murder of an officer with the Richmond (VA) Police Department in 1979 has been put on hold, and an investigation into the parole board's handling of his case has begun.

Virginia Releases Convicted Cop Killer on Parole

A parole board in Virginia released on parole a man convicted of the 1979 premeditated capital murder of a young Richmond police officer.

Convicted Cop-Killer Set to be Released on Parole

Margaret Mosomillo—widow of NYPD officer Anthony Mosomillo—wasn't even notified of the parole hearing during which parole was granted to Betsy Ramos.

No Parole for Cop Killers

Far too many individuals convicted of murdering a law enforcement officer have been allowed to walk free on parole.

NYPD Union Chief Calls on Lawmakers to Fix 'Broken' Parole System

New York Police Benevolent Association President Patrick Lynch called on state lawmakers to fix what he said was a "broken" parole system that has allowed killers to walk free.

New York Cop Killer Granted Parole

Robert Hayes—who has spent the past 44 years in prison—had been denied parole 10 previous times.

Killer of 2 NYPD Officers Released from Prison

State prison officials say they’re abiding by an appellate judge’s decision Wednesday that denied a police union’s request for a temporary restraining order to keep 70-year-old Herman Bell behind bars.

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New York Lawmaker Wants Parole Board Members who Freed Cop Killer Removed

Bell — one of three Black Liberation Army members who killed NYPD Officers Joseph Piagentini and Waverly Jones in 1971 — was granted parole by the board following an interview with him earlier this Monday.

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