Terrorists remain terrorists and an evil monster is still an evil monster no matter how much their evil is spun. Judith Clark, a member of the May 19th Communist Organization, announced that she was at war with America during her trial. But despite the blood on her hands, her leftist allies managed to set her free with promises of good behavior.
The decision Wednesday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Parole Board to set free onetime domestic terrorist Judith Clark decades ahead of schedule makes it painfully clear: There’s just no limit to who it’ll let out of prison.
Cuomo himself commuted Clark’s sentence, making her eligible for parole, after meeting with her, minimizing her crime and saying he’d gotten “a sense of her soul.”
Too bad he and the board never took a similar soulful look at the families of Waverly Brown, Edward O’Grady and Peter Paige — the three law-enforcement officers killed during the 1981 Brink’s robbery in which Clark played a key role.
“While this is a wonderful day for Judy Clark and her family, she recognizes that news of her release may cause upset to the victims’ families and wants to express her ongoing concern for these communities,” Clark’s family said in a statement. “She plans to live her life outside, as she did inside, in atonement for the harm she caused.”
It turns out that was true. Not the atonement part. But the consistency. Here she allegedly is at a rally by the JVP pro-terrorist hate group.
The woman pictured below, at a @jvplive demonstration in NYC, is none other than domestic terrorist Judith Clark, who was convicted and imprisoned for participating in the heist of an armed truck in NY in 1981 which killed two police officers and a security guard. She received… pic.twitter.com/grp9ISzojQ
— Shane Hensinger 🇺🇸🌐🇺🇦 (@CaliforniaFirst) October 30, 2023
So much for the “ample evidence of rehabilitation, remorse and transformation” cited by the parole board that released this monster.
And the promises that she wouldn’t do exactly what she’s doing here.
While Clark received extensive media coverage as supporters sought her release, she told the board she doesn’t plan to be a public figure because she realizes there are still “bruised feelings in the victim community.”
Once a terrorist, always a terrorist.
Everyone who advocated for Judith Clark’s release, from Felicia Sol to Paul Berman may want to reconsider now. She was a monster then, driven only by ideology, and that’s what she still is today. The remorse was what people wanted to believe, it was never real.