Parole Board’s decision to parole Dominic Cinelli

Alleged cop killer found “committed to conducting his life in a positive manner”

Written by Michael Morisy

At his parole hearing on Nov. 6, 2008, Dominic Cinelli, who allegedly killed Officer John “Jack” Maguire a week ago, was found to be “proactive in addressing” the Parole Board’s previous concerns, attending substance abuse and alternatives to violence classes while earning his GED and taking job training programs. Despite three concurrent life sentences, the Board found his release “not incompatible with the welfare of society.”

Read the full decision embedded below, or on the request page.

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