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Nice Job to All in Blocking
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Michael P. Barry
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NJLawman.com
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T
uesday, June 14
, 2010 11:50 a.m.

 

I'd like to salute all who ensured that Clark Squire will not be paroled at this time. What troubles me more is the fact that the New Jersey Parole Board would actually consider this cold blooded killer for release.

I recall Squire and Chesimard's trial where criminal defense attorney and all around low life, William Kunstler, actually argued that Squire and Chesimard acted in "self defense" when they gunned down Trooper Foerster on the NJ Turnpike. The absolute arrogance of a member of the bar arguing to a jury that a heroic Trooper's death should be abrogated, marginalized and nullified still troubles me to this day.

That insult was exacerbated by Governor Corzine who signed a bill into law just before leaving office that did away with the death penalty while allowing those convicted of the intentional murder of law enforcement officers to apply for parole after only four (4) years of incarceration! This asinine act turns logic on its head but it proves that Corzine and the liberal democrats in the political arena are not the friend of law enforcement so matter what they preach.

Rest in peace Trooper Foerster, justice has been done...for now.

-Sergeant Michael P, Barry

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