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Drug dealer suspected in infamous Black Liberation Army killing of NYPD cops gets parole: ‘Sad state of affairs’

Posted on AllSides February 23rd, 2024
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A drug dealer once suspected in the infamous killing of two NYPD cops at the hands of the Black Liberation Army was recently sprung from prison on parole, The Post has learned — a move decried by one of the officers’ widows as a “sad state of affairs.”

Robert Vickers, 74 — who was caught-on-tape bragging about dodging charges in the 1972 assassination of Officers Gregory Foster and Rocco Laurie — walked out of an upstate lockup last month, officials confirmed.

“It’s a pretty sad state of affairs when someone like him is let out,”...

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