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Cuomo Grants Clemency to Weather Underground Member and Four Other Convicted Murderers

Cuomo Grants Clemency to Weather Underground Member and Four Other Convicted Murderers

Literal domestic terrorist: David Gilbert, 76, was convicted for his part in the 1981 Brink’s robbery that killed a security guard and two police officers. Gilbert and the terrorists tried to steal over $1.6 million.

Former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo granted four convicted murderers clemency on his way out of office:

“The march towards a more fair, more just, more equitable, and more empathetic New York State is a long one, but every step forward we can take it worthwhile and important,” Gov. Cuomo said. “These clemencies make clear the power of redemption, encourage those who have made mistakes to engage in meaningful rehabilitation, and show New Yorkers that we can work toward a better future. I thank all the volunteer attorneys representing clemency applicants for their dedication and service to justice.”

Let’s start with 76-year-old David Gilbert. Cuomo’s clemency makes Gilbert eligible for parole.

David Gilbert is the father of San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin. He had Chesa with his then-partner Kathy Boudin.

David Gilbert was also a member of the Weather Underground, the domestic terrorist group responsible for the 1981 Brink’s armored car robbery in New York.

Gilbert and Boudin dropped off infant Chesa with a babysitter before driving to the robbery.

The terrorists, with members of the Revolutionary Armed Task Force and Black Liberation Army, robbed the truck and wounded guard Joe Trombino and killed his co-worker Peter Paige. Police officers Waverly Brown ad Edward O’Grady died in the shootout.

A jury convicted Gilbert of three counts of second-degree murder and four counts of first-degree robbery.

Cuomo explained why he gave Gilbert clemency:

David Gilbert, 76, was convicted of three counts of second-degree Murder and four counts of first-degree Robbery in 1983. He’s served 40 years of a 75-years-to-life sentence, related to an incident in which he was the driver, not the murderer. While incarcerated, Gilbert has made significant contributions to AIDS education and prevention programs. He has also worked as a student tutor, law library clerk, paralegal assistant, teacher’s aide, and an aide for various additional facility programs. At this time, Gilbert is the only individual still incarcerated with no possibility of parole in his lifetime. He will be referred to the Parole Board for potential release.

You guys. He was only the driver. He obviously had no idea what they were going to do. He had no idea what would happen.

Cuomo granted clemency to a literal domestic terrorist. Granted Kathy Boudin was paroled in 2003. She worked at Columbia University and NYU but controversy followed her due to, you know, taking part in domestic terrorism. Cuomo commuted Judith Clark, another driver, in 2016 and she was paroled.

The Others

Cuomo’s order demanded the release of four other murderers:

Greg Mingo, 68, was convicted of four counts of second-degree Murder, first-degree Robbery, first-degree Burglary, and second-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon. He’s served 39-and-a-half years of a 50 years-to-life sentence. While incarcerated, Mingo earned his GED and a paralegal certification, enabling him to assist over a thousand other incarcerated people with their legal cases, and designed an eight-week legal research course he taught for years at Elmira and Great Meadow. Mingo also became a dedicated and respected peer counselor—founding programs focused on fatherhood, family relationships, and domestic violence and abuse—and has facilitated thousands of hours of counseling programs. Upon release, Mingo plans to live with family and work as a full-time counselor helping individuals struggling with addiction, anger, and domestic violence.

Robert Ehrenberg, 62, was convicted of two counts of second-degree Murder, and one count of first-degree Robbery and first-degree Burglary. He’s served 28-and-a-half years of a 50 year-to-life sentence. While incarcerated, Ehrenberg earned an associate’s degree from SUNY Sullivan, and a Bachelor of Science degree from St. Thomas Aquinas College, graduating as valedictorian of his class for both degrees. Ehrenberg worked as a tutor through the Hudson Link College Program, and in this role designed and taught a 16-week pre-college Basic Algebra course. Ehrenberg has also been a leader within charitable groups that raise funds for causes like academic scholarships, childhood cancer research, and animal rescue and sanctuary efforts. Upon release, Ehrenberg plans to continue his education and volunteer work.

Ulysses Boyd, 66, was convicted of one count of second-degree Murder and two counts of second-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon for an incident in which he was not the gunman. He’s served 35 years of a 50 years-to-life sentence. While incarcerated, Boyd served as a clerk for the facility branch of the NAACP and as a DOCCS transitional services coordinator for over a decade. Upon release, Boyd will be reunited with his wife.

Paul Clark, 59, was convicted of three counts of second-degree Murder, one count of second-degree Attempted Murder, and one count of second-degree Criminal Possession of a Weapon. He’s served 40 years of an aggregate 58 years and 4 months-to-life sentence. While incarcerated, Clark earned a GED degree, an associate’s degree, and a variety of vocational certificates. Upon release, Clark will be reunited with his wife.


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If we executed these vermin, turds like Cuomo wouldn’t this perverse opportunity.

Insert “have”

Capsaicin_Addict | August 24, 2021 at 11:10 am

A murderer pardons other murderers. Color me unsurprised.

2smartforlibs | August 24, 2021 at 11:18 am

Interesting how the left always lets this type free to re-offend

UnCivilServant | August 24, 2021 at 11:23 am

He should have put in a blanket pardon for anyone convicted under the SAFE act, and restored their rights as citizens.

Of course, he prefers the company of violent killers.

This on the NY State Assembly. Refusing to impeach left Cuomo in office and able to exercise the powers of the office. Not one of these convicted murderers served even 80% of their sentence.

    TX-rifraph in reply to CommoChief. | August 24, 2021 at 11:38 am

    Yes. These POS totalitarians always have nameless accomplices who get a pass.

    Milhouse in reply to CommoChief. | August 24, 2021 at 11:40 am

    An impeachment inquiry would not have been complete yet, so he’d still be in office until his resignation anyway.

    They’re continuing the inquiry without him, but there will be no consequences since he’s already out.

      CommoChief in reply to Milhouse. | August 24, 2021 at 12:01 pm


      Maybe, maybe not. Given enough backbone they could have simply used the AG report as the basis and voted. If the leadership of all the parties wanted to do something and their members were united to accomplish it, they can ram through most anything. We will never know because the Assembly didn’t show any backbone.

The three-year recidivism rate for New York is 40%

So they pardon some “domestic terrorists” while pushing for war on other domestic terrorists. If your terrorism is linked to Marxism – then you’re fine. Otherwise you can expect to rot.

The first question that *should* be asked when you see a pardon is “Did this person get convicted wrongly, or have they proven their heel-face-turn in prison?”

The first and only question that pops to mind with Cuomo’s pardons is “How much did he get paid for this, in cash and political favors?”

Real American | August 24, 2021 at 12:29 pm

Cuomo got paid.

This is to distract attention from the nursing home deaths.

“Weather Underground Member and Four Other Convicted Murderers”

Well, someone is needed to take up the mantle after Cuomo is gone.

This would s why murderers should be given 5 years to appeal and then executed.

Friends of Bill Ayers

based on those resumes while in prison, why let them out. they seem to have found a productive way to spend their time at the gray bar hotel..
the people in prison they are helping are the ones who will suffer with them no longer being locked up.

The man from planned parent/hood speaks.

E Howard Hunt | August 24, 2021 at 4:35 pm

The take for the heist was to be $1.6 mill. With inflation that is about what Cuomo got for the book deal about his killing of thousands of seniors. BTW, Fox News covering his hours-long, verbal diarrhea, daily Covid updates is why I stopped watching that network.

The Dhimmi-crats never met a criminal/terrorist that they didn’t lionize, empathize with and generally paint as an alleged “victim.” Standard operating procedure.

Should be deemed void since Cuomo had already tendered his resignation.

barbiegirl ny | August 25, 2021 at 8:27 am

He’s thumbing his nose at us as he exits in order to get the last laugh. Killing thousands in nursing homes and being accused of sexual harassment wasn’t enough for him. The worst part is that there are still idiots in this state who would vote this POS in again.

Cuomo should be governor of some state in Afghanistan. He would be among kin.