The decision Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Parole Board to set free onetime domestic terrorist Judith Clark decades ahead of schedule makes it painfully clear: There’s just no limit to who it’ll let out of prison.
Under Cuomo, the board has been emptying New York’s prisons of cop-killers and political radicals left and right.
Cuomo himself commuted Clark’s sentence, making her eligible for parole, after meeting with her, minimizing her crime and saying he’d gotten “a sense of her soul.”
Too bad he and the board never took a similar soulful look at the families of Waverly Brown, Edward O’Grady and Peter Paige — the three law-enforcement officers killed during the 1981 Brink’s robbery in which Clark played a key role.
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