The Cayuga County District Attorney’s Office announced this morning (May 27) that the NYS Parole Board denied William LeVea’s application for early release on Medical Parole.
DA Jon Budelmann said, “Our office joins the family of Christopher Spack, Bradley Leyburn, Patrick Walton and all of the other victims and families of victims of William LeVea’s violent history, in thanking the public for the overwhelming show of support that helped defeat this defendant’s application for early release. While the majority of Medical Parole applications are approved, we are gratified that the Parole Board considered all of the facts and agreed that this defendant was not deserving of early release.”
“The public has won the battle and will remain safe for now,” Budelmann added. “But, our fight to keep this killer behind bars for the rest of his life will continue next summer, when this dangerous criminal comes up for his first regular parole hearing. We hope that the outpouring of public outrage at the prospect of this defendant’s release continues to ring in the ears of the Parole Board next July.”
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