Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Cop Killers Up For Parole

On Mother's Day, May 12, 1991, retired NYC Police Detective Jerry DeMarco was murdered during an attempted robbery at a florist shop in Staten Island, NY.  Detective DeMarco died protecting the people in that shop, including his wife, Laura.  He left behind two young children, ages 3 and 5 at the time of their father's murder.

Last October, one of the men convicted for Detective DeMarco's murder became eligible for parole.  Thanks in part to the efforts of ODMP supporters who sent in letters asking to DENY PAROLE, this murderer remains behind bars.

The remaining two inmates responsible for Detective DeMarco's murder are up for parole this month:

Steven Morales DIN # 93A5606

Roberto Gonzalez  DIN # 94A0827

Please take a moment once again and send letters asking that these cop killers are kept behind bars.

Below you'll find a sample letter that you can copy, print, and send, or feel free to write your own.

To Whom It May Concern,

I respectfully ask that you DENY PAROLE to {INSERT INMATE NAME AND NUMBER}.
This inmate murdered retired NYC Police Detective Jerry DeMarco on Mother's Day, May 12, 1991.  Detective DeMarco was shot and killed while protecting customers, including his wife, during an attempted robbery in a florist shop in Staten Island, NY.  He left behind two young children, ages 3 and 5 at the time of their father's murder.
This inmate's violent behavior should preclude any consideration for parole.

As a concerned citizen and in the interest of public safety, I again respectfully ask that you DENY PAROLE to inmate # 94A0827. Justice demands that he be made to spend every remaining day of his full sentence in prison.

Sincerely,


Letters are due by 15 March 2016 and can be sent to the following address:

Harriman State Campus
1220 Washington Ave
Albany NY 12226
Attn: Office of Victim Services

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