NYPD Officers’ Widows Urge Patrol Board To Keep Their Husbands’ Killers Behind BarsPBA President Patrick Lynch said the New York State Parole Board needs to be tougher on those who murder police officers.
Cop Killer Robert Hayes To Be Given Parole For 1973 ShootingA man convicted in 1974 to face life behind bars for killing a New York City transit patrolman is set to leave prison, just months after another murderer of a police officer was given release by the Board of Parole.
Convicted Cop Killer Herman Bell Released On ParoleDuring Bell's eighth parole hearing in early March, the state parole board approved Bell's release from Shawangunk Correctional Facility in Ulster County, determining "his debt has been paid to society."
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit To Stop Cop Killer's ParoleA New York judge has dismissed a lawsuit police and their supporters hoped would block the parole of convicted New York City cop killer Herman Bell.
Court Halts Parole For Cop Killer Herman BellThe New York Supreme Court has stopped the release from prison of convicted cop killer Herman Bell following a petition by the widow of one of the slain officers.
Family Divided, Police Anger Continues About Cop Killer's ParoleThe controversy about the upcoming parole of Herman Bell is dividing families and provoking a call to remove parole board members.
'We've Been Betrayed': Parole Of Cop Killer Raises OutcryHerman Bell's supporters, including relatives of one of the slain officers, said the 70-year-old deserved freedom -- but the other officer's family and NYPD leaders have expressed outrage.
NYPD Commissioner Calls Decision To Grant Parole For Convicted Cop Killer 'Indefensible'A man who murdered two members of the NYPD is about to be set free.
No Parole For Ex-Militant Who Killed 2 NYC Police Officers In 1971The state Parole Board announced Tuesday that Herman Bell will remain incarcerated for at least another two years. After that, he may again appear before the board.
Police Union: Keep Men Locked Up In 1971 Murders Of NYPD OfficersThe New York City Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association on Thursday called on the public to oppose parole for two men who were convicted in the 1971 murders of two NYPD officers.