Submit Letter of Opposition online, follow link below:http://www.doccs.ny.gov/DOCCSWebLettersToBoardofParoleForm.aspx
January 04, 2017
Bedford Hills Correctional Facility
Attn: Supervising Offender Rehabilitation
Coordinator 247 Harris Road
Bedford Hills, New York 10507-2400
RE: Judith Clark
PAROLE HEARING - January 2017
Dear Supervising Coordinator:
Please DO NOT grant a parole date to convicted murderer, Judith Clark, Department Identification Number (DIN) 83G0313.
In October 1983, Judith Clark was convicted by a jury trial of 1st degree armed robbery and three(3) counts of 2nd degree murder.
These crimes involved the robbery of a Brinks armored car in Nanuet, New York, which led to seriously wounding Joseph Trombino and killing Peter Paige, both Brinks guards; and the subsequent murders of Nyack Police Officers, Edward O'Grady and Waverly Brown.
On October 6, 1983, Judge Ritter sentenced Judith Clark to three(3) consecutive twenty-five years-to-life prison sentences thus making her ineligible for parole until the year 2058.
Judith Clark made her choice to participate in these crimes/murders and must accept the decision by the court and Judge Ritter. She must remain incarcerated and fulfill her prison sentence for the crimes committed.
Please deny Judith Clark, convicted murderer, any parole consideration.
Thank you for your consideration.
Inmate (Judith Clark) information, follow link below: http://nysdoccslookup.doccs.ny.gov/GCA00P00/WIQ3/WINQ130
Chuck Canterbury, National President of the Fraternal Order of Police, knows that a little thanks can go a long way which is why the FOP is helping to spread the word about National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day this year.
“I am calling on all Americans in every region of the country to support the FOP National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day on Saturday, January 9th ” Canterbury said. “You hear it said all the time–our's is a thankless job, but it doesn’t have to be. Everyone knows of an encounter, a brief moment, or a simple thank you that brightened up their day. This is also true of police, so this January 9th let’s make an effort to make sure these brave men and women know they are appreciated for all that they do for us.”
The FOP urges its members, families and friends to “back the blue” as well as visit and like the National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day’s Facebook page. How can you show your appreciation?
“Every day, police officers show up to work and put their lives on the line for us and not all of them always get home. Two simple words: thank you,” Canterbury said. “They cost nothing and mean a great deal. Thank a cop on January 9th.”
The Fraternal Order of Police is the largest law enforcement labor organization in the United States, with more than 330,000 members.
First and foremost I'd like to start off by thanking the members of the New York State fraternal order of police for your unwavering support and commitment Jerrine the continuing growth and progress of the NYS FOP I would like to also welcome the members of our new executive board and congratulate them on their outstanding dedication towards contributing to this great organization.
As the newly elected president of the NYS FOP, it is an honor and a privilege to stand alongside my fellow brothers and sisters as we entered the new year with much to look forward to.
In light of the recent events, it is crucial now more than ever that we support one another to resolve the tension that's been threatening the lives and reputation of the law-enforcement community. We must stand unified, with unwavering commitment to do our best in preventing further catastrophes. I welcome you to the opportunity to join us in further strengthening and expanding our means of communication as we move forward.
On a brighter note, it brings great pleasure to inform you that we have launched a new website. You can view the progress at www.nysfop.org
I strongly encourage members to take the opportunity to sign up for our newsletter in order to remain up-to-date with all the new upcoming events we have underway.
With that being said, I am honored to continue working with the men and women that serve our beautiful state and look forward to the promising future of our organization.
President - New York State Fraternal Order of Police