Time is running out to stop parole of two cop killers
A strong precedent needs to be set for those who murder peace officers and create an imbalance in our society. The recent alarming attacks on law enforcement officers nationwide are a prime example of what happens when the consequences for murdering a peace officer slowly begin to fade away.
On Tuesday, August 4, Voltaire Williams CDC# E17796, just a year after being denied parole again, has been considered for parole by the CDCR, after his conviction in the murder of LAPD Detective Thomas Williams, according to Luis Patino, a state Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation spokesman.
On Friday, August 28, Jesus Cecena CDR# C08487, also just a year after being denied parole by Governor Brown, has been considered for parole by a state parole board, after his conviction in the murder of SDPD Officer Archie Buggs. Cecena had been denied parole 13 times before.
Time is of the essense so if you haven’t already, please take a minute to call the Governor’s office at (916) 445-2841 or email the governor at govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php.