Cuomo Lets Murderers Go Free
Before Andrew Cuomo left office he freed murderers.
According to The Washington Free Beacon:
On his last day in office, Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D., N.Y.) commuted the sentences of four convicted murderers, saying the clemencies are “just” and “equitable.”Advertisement
“These clemencies make clear the power of redemption, encourage those who have made mistakes to engage in meaningful rehabilitation, and show New Yorkers that we can work toward a better future,” Cuomo said in a statement on Monday.
Cuomo commuted the sentences for Greg Mingo, 68, who was convicted of four counts of second-degree murder in 1982; Robert Ehrenberg, 62, who served 28 years in prison after he shot and killed a jeweler during a robbery; Ulysses Boyd, 66, who killed a man in 1986 during a drug dispute; and Paul Clark, 59, who has served 40 years in prison on three counts of second-degree murder.
Cuomo also issued a parole board referral for 76-year-old David Gilbert, a Weather Underground member who was convicted for his role in the 1981 murder of two New York police officers. Gilbert’s son, left-wing San Francisco district attorney Chesa Boudin, reportedly lobbied Cuomo to grant his father clemency.
Cuomo is currently under investigation by the FBI for falsifying nursing home deaths.
According to the Democrats all these men released by the felon Cuomo are perfect examples of honorable citizens. They will probably been running for some Democratic position soon.
Wouldn’t surprise me any!!!!
I think you are right! This is unbelievable! Who votes for these incompetents?
One has to wonder if any had been —-
I am sure the police are out there cheering his decision. Not.
Cuomo is taking care of his core constituency, criminals.
It is bad enough he released convicted murderers BUT when will someone in NY State arrest the murderer Cuomo for those thousands of people who died in nursing homes after he sent people infected with the Chinese virus in to those nursing homes?
MalcolmX,“The white liberal is the worst enemy to America, and the worst enemy to the black man.
I have mixed feelings about the clemency of experienced criminals. Unless they have changed their beliefs towards others it really will just paving the way for them to repeat such crimes and putting lives at risk. I believe that if these people have repented of their actions, confessed their sins and have repented with the Lord’s help then, I believe they deserve another chance. God bless them and guide them to improve their lives. I have a friend who has been involved in prison ministries and these inmates need the Lord!.