Domestic terrorist Judith Clark is up for parole Feb. 1. She was convicted for her role in the murder of Officer Waverly Brown and Sgt. Edward O’Grady. The murders occurred in Nyack, NY in 1981.
Clark goes before a parole board as a result of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo’s grant of partial clemency to the convicted murderer. This pushes back the mandatory portion of her sentence from expiring in 2056 to ending in 2017, reported Breitbart.
Especially relevant, LET recently reported on Clark’s activities as part of the Weather Underground. The article titled, Woman Sued FBI While Engaging in Domestic Terrorist, can be viewed here.
The Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP) is soliciting concerned citizens in this regard. They have drafted a form letter that can be sent to the Parole Board in New York.
The complete letter is included below:
I respectfully and urgently ask that you DENY PAROLE to Judith Clark, inmate #83G0313. This inmate’s direct involvement in the double murders of Police Officer Waverly L. Brown and Sergeant Edward O’Grady in 1981 should preclude any consideration for parole.
As a member of the domestic terror group, Weather Underground, and the armed driver of the getaway car used in the robbery of over $1 million from an armored truck, inmate #83G0313 is responsible for the violent deaths of two dedicated law enforcement officers and the murder of the driver of the armored vehicle. In addition, inmate #83G0313 was part of a foiled prison escape plan in 1985.
Inmate #83G0313 was armed and driving the getaway car when it was pulled over by Officer Brown and Sergeant O’Grady. Thinking they had pulled the incorrect vehicle over because of comments made by the female in the cab of the truck, the officers began to holster their weapons. At that time, the occupants in the rear of the truck exited the vehicle and opened fire, killing both Officer Brown and Sergeant O’Grady.
Officer Waverly L. Brown was 45 years old at the time of his murder and left behind three children. Sergeant O’Grady was 33 years old and also left behind three children and a wife. Both law enforcement officers were also military veterans.
As a concerned citizen and in the interest of public safety, I again respectfully and urgently ask that you DENY PAROLE to inmate #83G0313. Justice demands that she be made to spend every remaining day of her full sentence in prison. To release her is a slight to the memories of the officers who died in the line of duty while serving and protecting the citizens of this nation.
Of course, ODMP encourages individuals to personalize the letter as they see fit. Most noteworthy is the due date of Feb. 1. So if this is something that interests you, click here and you can participate.
Mail letters to this address:
Bedford Hills Correctional Facility
247 Harris Road
Bedford Hills, NY 10507-2400