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    Justin Volpe asks for Presidential Pardon


    12/15/2008 09:41 AM
    Officer Involved In Louima Attack Asks For Pardon
    By: NY1 News

    A disgraced former city police officer has joined the ranks of felons looking for forgiveness before President George W. Bush leaves office.

    Justin Volpe has sent a letter to the Justice Department, requesting his sentence be commuted.

    Volpe is one of the officers convicted in the 1997 attack on Abner Louima in a Brooklyn precinct house. Volpe has served 12 years of a 30 year sentence.

    Two of the other officers involved had their sentences overturned. Another was released in 2007 after serving five years.

    Volpe's supporters say they are looking for a reduced sentence, not a complete pardon.
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    Roid Rage or not, there was no excuse for his behavior, for what he had done. Plus involving & screwing up the life and careers of his co-workers. And this in the in the wake of the Indictments in the allegations of the subway attack scandal.




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