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Killer of 16-year-old New York girl in 1980 released on parole despite outrage
https://www.foxnews.com/us/killer-of-16-year-old-new-york-girl-in-1980-is-released-on-parole-despite-outrage

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A New York man convicted of brutally murdering a 16-year-old girl in 1980 was released from prison Monday despite outrage from community members and criticism from the state's former governor.

Richard LaBarbera, 66, walked free 38 years after he began serving a sentence of 25 years to life for the second-degree murder of Paula Bohovesky.

No surprise in leftist New York.
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Lots of murderers go free every day, even murderers of children. What so special about this guy?
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Lots of murderers go free every day, even murderers of children. What so special about this guy?

They should all be executed. Case closed.
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They should all be executed. Case closed.

I don't disagree with that statement, however, it still doesn't answer my question. He was given 25 to life. If they wanted him to stay in prison for life why didn't they give him life without parole or make it clear upon his conviction that he never should be paroled?
Man’s greatness is so obvious that it can even be deduced from his wretchedness, for what is nature in animals we call wretchedness in man, thus recognizing that, if his nature is today like that of the animals, he must have fallen from some better state which was once his own.
Blaise Pascal