Blue State Releases Cop-Killer

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( – In 1992, New York Police Officer Paul Heidelberger, who at the time was only 28, had been murdered execution-style. His killer is now set to be allowed on parole, which has caused his family outrage.

Anne Fullam, the older sister of Heidelberger, questioned whether the killer walking out would also bring her brother back home. She then added in a statement to the New York Post that this was never going to happen and that her brother would not be coming home.

The 56-year-old Patrick Bannon, who was responsible for the murder, was sentenced to 30 years to life. Since 2017, however, there have been 37 releases of New York cop-killers as Democrats are pushing for reforms to prisons and the criminal justice system.

Fullam told the Post that this man allegedly also has a child, while her brother had never been allowed the chance to become a father.

At the time of the killing, Bannon had been 25 years old and had walked up to Heidelberger and shot him while outside a club. Bannon had been working as the club’s bouncer, and Heidelberger was trying to break up a fight that had broken out at the location.

As Fullam stated, he had come up behind her brother, used his hair to pick him up, and proceeded to shoot him. While this was occurring, her brother had been begging for his life, saying that he was a police officer. She added that just thinking about this incident was incredibly hard for her and that she had hoped that her brother’s killer would never come out of jail.

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