Judge approves parole hearing for Judith Clark

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Rockland County officials are frustrated after a judge approved a second parole hearing for Judith Clark.

She drove the getaway car in the 1981 Brinks robbery in Nyack. The robbery led to a shootout, leaving three people dead, including one Nanuet security guard and two Nyack police officers.

Rockland County District Attorney Thomas Zugibe says that Clark doesn't deserve parole.

Clark was denied parole last April.

The Manhattan judge says that the decision didn't take into account Clark's transformation in prison. He says that she has expressed remorse for her role in the crime.

"Contrary to the judge's decision, Miss Clark never took responsibility for her actions," Zugibe said. "She never expressed remorse for what she did and that's what this decision was premised on."

Gov. Andrew Cuomo commuted Clark's 75-years-to-life sentence in 2016. He said that Clark has become a model citizen while in prison.

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