Brinks Robbery getaway driver up for parole

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The getaway driver in the infamous Brinks Robbery is once again up for parole. 

Judith Clark will appear before a parole board this week. A decision on her freedom would come within two weeks.

Clark has spent more than 36 years behind bars.

She was originally sentenced to 75 years in prison for her role in the Brinks Robbery in 1981 which left two Nyack police officers and a security guard dead.           

Gov. Andrew Cuomo praised her behavior behind bars and commuted her sentenced in 2016.

She was up for parole for the first time in 2017, but her release was denied.

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