In 1988, Rookie NYPD officer Edward Byrne was assassinated by four men in South Jamaica, Queens. Byrne was murdered for $8,000 in retaliation for the recent arrest of a drug boss Howard "Pappy" Mason. The four convicted murderers are now up for parole.
Edward D. Mullins, President of the Sergeants Benevolent Association was here to discuss it.
PIX11 has started a petition on Change.org to tell the New York Parole Board that these men should not be released
CLICK HERE TO SIGN THE PETITION.
SBA Pres. On Why Cops Killers Should Be Denied Parole
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