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    Police Officer Irma Fran Lozada



    NYC police union outraged after murderer of first female cop killed in line of duty paroled

    NYC officer Irma 'Fran' Lozada was fatally shot by Darryl Jeter in the 1980s

    By Danielle Wallace
    Fox News

    The person convicted of killing the first female New York City police officer in the line of duty was released from prison earlier this month, drawing outrage from a local law enforcement union.

    Darryl Jeter was convicted of second-degree murder for shooting New York City police officer Irma "Fran" Lozada, 25, with her own gun on Sept. 21, 1984. At the time of her death, she was the first female police officer in New York City to be killed in the line of duty.

    "Police Officer Lozadas sacrifice was a testament to the courage she shared with all New York City police officers, regardless of gender, race or creed," Patrick J. Lynch, president of the NYC Police Benevolent Association, said in a statement Sunday. "The release of her killer is a blow to every cop who puts her life on the line to stop criminals from preying on innocent New Yorkers. We continue to urge Governor Hochul and the State Legislature to fix our broken parole system before another heros sacrifice is dishonored."

    A member of the NYC Transit Police Department, then a separate agency from the NYPD, Lozada was assigned to Transit District 33 in Brooklyn. She was working in plainclothes when she and her partner witnessed Jeter rip a chain off the neck of a rider at the Wilson Avenue stop of the L subway line.

    At some point becoming separated from her partner during the chase, Lozada caught up with Jeter alone and a struggle ensued. She was shot twice in the head with her own service weapon. Her body wasnt recovered until hours later amid the tall weeds and garbage in a vacant lot.

    Fox News Digital reached out to Gov. Kathy Hochuls office for comment Monday.

    Jeter was sentenced to 32.5 years to life before the existence of legislation that made life without parole a top sentencing option for those convicted of killing law enforcement officers.

    Records from the NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision show Jeter served just over 36 years of his sentence before he was granted parole release earlier this month, according to the NYC Police Benevolent Association.

    He's the 23rd cop killer released by the Parole Board in under two years, the union said.

    https://www.foxnews.com/us/nyc-murde...fficer-paroled
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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    At parole hearing, David Gilbert described radical journey

    By Karen Matthews
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    NEW YORK (AP) — Former Weather Underground radical David Gilbert described his path from nonviolent 1960s activist to would-be revolutionary during a 4 1/2-hour hearing before the New York state parole board panel that approved his parole in October, 40 years after he served as a getaway driver in the botched Brink's robbery that left three men dead and several others wounded.

    “The change for me came after Martin Luther King was assassinated,” Gilbert told a three-member panel of commissioners during his Oct. 19 parole hearing at Shawangunk Correctional Facility in the Hudson Valley.

    The 171-page transcript of the parole hearing was released to The Associated Press on Thursday in response to a freedom of information request. Names of individuals and some other details were redacted.

    Gilbert, who is now 77, told the parole commissioners that when riots erupted in cities across the U.S. following King's 1968 killing and the murders of other civil rights workers, “that's the point where I abandoned the nonviolent philosophy.”

    Gilbert and other former members of the radical Weather Underground joined Black Liberation Army militants in the Oct. 20, 1981, armored car robbery near the Hudson River community of Nyack. Brink’s guard Peter Paige and two Nyack police officers, Sgt. Edward O’Grady and Officer Waverly Brown, were killed in the $1.6 million holdup and ensuing shootout.

    Though unarmed, Gilbert was charged with robbery and murder for his role in the crime and sentenced to 75 years to life in prison.

    Gilbert became eligible for parole when his sentence was commuted by former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo just before he left office in August. Cuomo, in announcing the commutation, said Gilbert’s convictions “were related to an incident in which he was the driver, not the murderer.”

    The board granted Gilbert parole on Oct. 26 and he was released from prison on Nov. 4. Commissioners cited Gilbert's “sincere remorse” and his groundbreaking work developing AIDS education and prevention programs in prison in approving his release.

    Gilbert's attorney, Steve Zeidman, said Thursday that Gilbert is grateful to the parole board and is adjusting to life outside prison. “The board is to be commended for focusing on the present instead of the past,” Zeidman said.
    Gilbert's release was championed by supporters including his son, San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin, but was opposed by law enforcement groups and members of the Brink's victims' families.

    "Former Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Parole Board should be ashamed for allowing this domestic terrorist to walk free on our streets,” Rockland County Executive Ed Day said when Gilbert was granted parole in October. “There’s no reason that David Gilbert should not have to face the full consequences of his heinous crimes, no matter how much time has passed.”

    Gilbert expressed sorrow for the victims repeatedly during his parole hearing.

    “I mean, nothing repairs the horror and damage of the crime, nothing,” Gilbert said. He said nothing makes up for what “the families went through, wives carrying on without husbands and children without fathers and, as you pointed out, a number of other people wounded, a whole community's sense of safety and security are shattered, so justice in that sense, there's no way to repair that or make up for that.”

    During the hearing, which one of the commissioners said lasted four and a half hours, Gilbert went over his history as a teenage supporter of the civil rights movement and a student activist at Columbia University who grew increasingly radicalized and joined the Weather Underground, a militant split-off from the activist group Students for a Democratic Society.

    At the time of the Brink's robbery, Gilbert had been underground for several years living under assumed names to escape the law as his fellow radicals planned bombings of government facilities. Gilbert said his role was mainly as an educator, leading classes and discussion groups while others were building bombs.

    Gilbert's partner at the time, Kathy Boudin, was also convicted in the Brink's robbery and was released from prison in 2003. Chesa Boudin was a toddler when his parents were arrested.

    “We actually dropped our son off — you know, the most adorable creature in the world — dropped him off at a babysitter and said we'll be back in a few hours,” Gilbert told the parole board.

    Chesa Boudin was elected San Francisco district attorney in 2019 as part of a national wave of progressive prosecutors determined to reform the criminal justice system. He faces a recall election in Junespurred by critics who say he has failed to prosecute repeat offenders and allowed them to commit more crimes.

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    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
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    Danny ODonnell


    Jeffrey Deel



    Killer paroled after nearly 38 years in the murder of a 10-year-old Lake County boy

    By Michelle Nicks
    WOIO News

    CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) -A man sentenced to life in prison for savagely murdering a 10-year-old boy in Lake County in 1984, was granted parole on Wednesday after nearly 38 years.

    Jeffrey Deel of Madison Township, 53, was just 15-years-old when he was arrested for beating to death 10-year-old Danny ODonnell. First crushing the young boys skull and then throwing his body into Lake Erie just down the street from his home.

    Dannys family is devastated and terrified that a killer is back on the streets.

    Charles ODonnell, Dannys father tells 19 News that Deel has repeatedly threatened them, He told me if he ever got out he would kill us all.

    ODonnell says hes been robbed of a lifetime with his son who he describes as an angel, Its hell. Ive got a lot of anger issues, thats why I have a punching bag downstairs.

    Kelly ODonnell, Dannys sister was just eight years old when her brother and protector was taken from her, I said wheres the justice for Danny? Danny cant come home so why should Jeff?

    The family describes Danny as a golden-haired boy, who enjoyed riding his bike, was a champion swimmer, a boy scout and loved Christmas. They dont believe his killer who reportedly smiled at trial, has remorse or has been rehabilitated, He didnt explain why he killed Danny, just that he got in a fight with him. Thats it. But you didnt call for help, you didnt try to get any help, Kelly ODonnel said.

    Convicted murdered Jeffrey Deel is currently being held at Grafton Correctional Institution, but will be paroled on or after June 21st. Thats when the victims family says will head to a half-way house in Shaker Heights and work at a restaurant in the same area.

    But what the victims father cant understand is why life doesnt really mean life and why killers seem to have more rights than an innocent child. Deel was denied parol eight times, so why was he granted parole this time?

    Dannys family feels a letter from the killer received last week just before the parole hearing, but oddly enough dated a year ago could be one factor. In what Deel called a letter of apology he writes, I beat, strangled and drug his innocent, lifeless body into the lake and abandoned him. Then lied and denied everything. I wish I could bring Danny back. I wish I could give you your son back.

    The victims family also feeling disgusted that an Ohio law aims to protect juveniles who commit violent crimes from serving life sentence without parole. In this case Deel will be paroled at 53-years-old, and have a second chance at life, something 10-year-old

    Danny ODonnell will never have. Kelly ODonnell says, So, youre telling me that a juvenile can go and murder somebody and youre going to let them out?

    https://www.cleveland19.com/2022/04/...ke-county-boy/
    "I realize this may sound harsh, but as a father and former lawman, I really don't care if it's by lethal injection, by the electric chair, firing squad, hanging, the guillotine or being fed to the lions."
    - Oklahoma Rep. Mike Christian

    "There are some people who just do not deserve to live,"
    - Rev. Richard Hawke

    "Men have called me mad; but the question is not yet settled, whether madness is or is not the loftiest intelligence"
    - Edgar Allan Poe

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