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Cuomo’s Contemptible Pardon for a Domestic Terrorist

By New York Post Editorial Staff:

Count Gov. Cuomo as another gullible bleeding heart taken in by a onetime domestic terrorist’s claims to have “transformed” herself.

On New Year’s Eve, the governor commuted the sentence of Judith Clark, getaway driver in the 1981 Brinks robbery, which saw three law-enforcement heroes gunned down in cold blood by Weather Underground radicals.

That means she’ll be eligible for parole in the next few months — 39 years ahead of schedule.

Relatives of the three victims — Nyack PD Sgt. Edward O’Grady, Officer Waverly Jones and Brinks security guard Peter Paige — received no advance notice of Cuomo’s unconscionable action. They’re furious — and with good reason.

Cuomo on Tuesday defended his decision, portraying Clark as having been merely a “20-year-old accessory” who “did not pull a trigger.”

What utter nonsense…

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