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Conservative Party of New York State
Press Release  ~ 
New Tappan Zee Bridge should be named the
BROWN PAIGE O'GRADY BRIDGE    
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 For Immediate Release 
January 17, 2017
Contact:  Shaun Marie
518-359-7882
www.cpnys.org  

 
CONSERVATIVES LAUNCH PETITION TO NAME
NEW TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE THE
BROWN PAIGE O'GRADY BRIDGE
 
Brooklyn, NY - Conservative Party State Chairman, Michael R. Long, announced today the launch of a petition drive to call the Tappan Zee bridge replacement the
Brown Paige O'Grady Bridgeto honor the 3 men brutally murdered on October 20, 1981 when members of the Weather Underground, the May 19th Communist Organization and the Black Liberation Army robbed $1.6 million at the Nanuet Mall in Nyack, New York.
 
"Brinks guard, Peter Paige, was shot and killed in cold blood, he never had a chance. Sgt. Edward O'Grady and Officer Waverly "Chipper" Brown, armed with six-shooters, were doing their job trying to stop the getaway car when they were gunned down with automatic weapons.
 
These 3 men went to work and never returned home to their loving families. It is unconscionable that any member of this gang of domestic terrorists should be allowed to resume a life outside of prison. The families of these 3 men continue to mourn their loss. Naming the new bridge in their honor is the very least we can do to honor their bravery and keep their heroism in our memories," Long concluded.
 
The petition can be found at  www.cpnys.org/petition/
 

The RCPBA encourages everyone to show their support for the victims' families of the Brinks Robbery and for the law enforcement community by writing to the Department of Corrections in opposition of Judith Clarks' parole hearing. 

Below is the link for the Department of Corrections online form:

Re: Inmate Judith Clark
DIN: 83G0313


For those who prefer to mail a letter, please address as follows:

Bedford Hills Correctional Facility

Supervising Offender Rehabilitation Coordinator 

247 Harris Road

Bedford Hills, New York 10507-2400

Judith Clark Parole Letter





The Rockland County Patrolmen's Benevolent Association was founded in 1966 and represents the men and women of the following local police departments: Clarkstown, Orangetown, Piermont, South Nyack-Grand View, Spring Valley, Stony Point, Suffern and the Rockland County Sheriff's Office Patrol and Civil Divisions. 


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