NY State releasing cop-killing domestic terrorist David Gilbert

| October 27, 2021

Convicted cop-killer, Brink’s guard murdering, armored car robbing far-left domestic terrorist David Gilbert (center right) posing with his son, the far-left San Francisco district attorney and former aide to Venezuelan dictator Chesa Boudin (center left)

One of Governor Andrew Cuomo’s (D-New York) final “Fuck you!” to the State of New York before leaving office was to commute the 75 years to life sentence of David Gilbert to a minimum of 40 years (which he’s already served), referring his case to the state parole board. He’s now being granted release.

If you don’t remember the sordid tale of David Gilbert, he was part of the Brink’s armored car robbery in 1981. Gilbert and his cohorts were members of the Weather Underground, the far-left domestic terrorist organization run by Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn (friends of Barack Obama you’ll remember). Weather Underground was known for declaring war on the government of the United States, and bombing places such as the US Capitol, the Pentagon, and the Department of State.

During the execution of their robbery, Gilbert and company (which included members of the Black Liberation Army, another radical leftist terrorist group) killed Brink’s guard Peter Paige, seriously wounding guard Joseph Trombino, and also wounding driver James Kelly. Trombino would recover from his wounds, return to work, and die at the World Trade Center on 9/11.

After the robbery and murder, the bad guys fled and when encountering police, killed some of them. Nyack Police Sergeant Edward O’Grady and Officer Waverly Brown were killed, and Detective Artie Keenan was seriously wounded.

Though “only” the getaway driver(s) Gilbert and his baby mama Kathy Boudin were among those arrested. Boudin would take a plea for 20 years in prison. Gilbert would be sentenced to 75 years to life, now commuted.

Gilbert and Boudin had a son, a toddler when they were sent to prison. Chesa Boudin is another name you might recognize. With his parents both convicted domestic terrorists in prison, Chesa was raised by Ayers and Dohrn. His Marxist, anti-American indoctrination was assured. Chesa’s now the radical leftist District Attorney of San Francisco. Famous for refusing to prosecute any crime, releasing repeat offenders, and pursuing a policy of “decarceration”. He also spent some time after college doing what any aspiring communist would do, travelling to Venezuela to serve as a translator for the country’s murderous dictator Hugo Chavez.

New York Post reports;

“I am so grateful to the parole board and to everyone who has supported my father during his more than 40 years in prison,” [Chesa] Boudin told the Associated Press in an email. “I’m thinking about the other children affected by this crime and want to make sure that nothing I do or say further upsets the victims’ families. Their loved ones will never be forgotten.”

Rockland County Executive Ed Day called Gilbert’s parole a “cruel and unjust slap in the face to the families” of those killed.

“Former Governor Andrew Cuomo and the Parole Board should be ashamed for allowing this domestic terrorist to walk free on our streets,” Day said. “There’s no reason that David Gilbert should not have to face the full consequences of his heinous crimes, no matter how much time has passed.”

Assembly member Michael Lawler (R-Pearl River) called the board’s decision “an absolute abomination” and said its members should “resign immediately in disgrace.”

“David Gilbert was part of a terrorist group that assassinated two police offices and a Brink’s security guard in one of the most heinous domestic terror attacks in New York State,” Lawler added. “He belongs in jail for the rest of his life. My heart breaks for the families and our community.”

Gilbert’s release was applauded by the Release Aging People in Prison Campaign, whose director said Gilbert had “been an unparalleled positive influence on the lives of countless incarcerated people.”

“The purpose of parole is to evaluate people for release based on who they are today, not to extend sentences into perpetuity,” Jose Saldana said in a statement, adding: “There is no doubt that he [Gilbert] will be an asset to his community.”

Last week, O’Grady’s widow Diane reflected on her husband’s murder during an event to mark the 40th anniversary of the Brink’s robbery.

“It has been said, ‘Time heals all wounds.’ I do not agree,” Diane O’Grady said, according to lohud.com. “The wounds remain. In time, the mind, protecting its sanity, covers them with scar tissue and the pain lessens. But it is never gone.”

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rgr769

Just in time for his boy’s recall election. Maybe he can do some ballot harvesting or fill-out collected or fabricated mail-in ballots. Bet there were more of them printed than there are adult residents of San Fransicko.

Hatchet

Absolutely LOVE Tina…

https://www.youtube.com/shorts/LzTDJ5aVcu4

There’s a certain kind of NYC gentleness to her 😀

ChipNASA

MustangCryppie

Wow! I grew up in NY (right by the Tappan Zee Bridge by the way) and that accent is off the charts. She MUST be putting it on for effect.

And I had a very strong NY accent myself. Plenty of “deses and doses”, but I got over it. And it wasn’t THAT strong. Phew! But it does get the point across.

Sapper3307

Another hero for the left, he will be stumping for the DIMS asap.

Skivvy Stacker

“The purpose of parole is to evaluate people for release based on who they are today, not to extend sentences into perpetuity,” Jose Saldana said in a statement, adding: “There is no doubt that he [Gilbert] will be an asset to his community.” The purpose of life is to be able to live it to it’s full span of time, and not have it unjustly taken from you by the criminal acts of another. The… Read more »

KoB

^THIS^ X 1meg. “…asset to his community.” Yeah, put the SOB in the community garden as compost…or worm food.

Hope he spends the rest of his miserable life looking over his shoulder for when the hit that takes him out comes along.

David

Not worthy to walk among us in society… more like not worth being housed and fed at taxpayer expense. I am sure someone here can come up something more suitable than the ‘one in his ear and throw him into a large pig pen’ concept.

OWB

How someone acts in a completely controlled environment like prison is no indicator of how he will behave without those controls. None. At. All.

He was being punished for the criminal acts he committed. Period.

At least wait until the 75 years comes ’round before discussing it.

Meanwhile, Cuomo proves, again, just what a loathsome rat he is. Most of us already had no doubt and needed no further proof.

5JC

They are still looking for one of the killers. She fled to Cuba and has been living in exile ever since in her Marxist paradise.

rgr769

Yes, she escaped from prison, and the progs/commies have mad her a heroine of their failed revolushione.

Commissar

Let’s be accurate; he was the unarmed getaway driver. Not a murderer. Convicted of murder because of the way the law was written. But he would be more accurately called an accomplice. He served 40 years which is an unusually high sentence for an accessory, or an accomplice to murder. The average time served nationally for first degree murder is 17.3 years in the US (yes, it should be higher). He served more than twice… Read more »

Wireman611

He was a terrorist. He had the right to peacefully protest but took it many steps further.

rgr769

Felony murder, you moron. It has been a crime since before we were a country. It would apply even if the one who died in the gunfights was another terrorist. Moreover, he was an integral part of a conspiracy to overthrow the government, bomb, murder, and rob for political goals, just like your hero Bill Ayers.

SFC D

He was more severely punished than most murderers because he is a terrorist. This man is a member of an avowed terrorist group that openly declared war on the United States. They bombed government buildings, actually doing what you accuse the January 6 dumbasses of doing. I’d bet dollars to dogturds that had you been of a certain age at that time, you’d be serving as a weather underground medic. Now, if you’re comfortable defending… Read more »

Commissar

I am not defending this man.

But he did not kill a cop.

There is a lot to be outraged about our judicial system. I also think we need to relook at executive power to commute and pardon individuals.

But of all the injustices inherent in our justice system and bullshit pardons and communications that we have had in history….this one is not even close to among the most egregious.

Hatchet

Commie-czar-ZEK says: October 27, 2021 at 6:04 pm – I am not defending this man. YES, YOU ARE. – But he did not kill a cop. Immutable logic! – There is a lot to be outraged about our judicial system. I also think we need to relook at executive power to commute and pardon individuals. Examples? No such word as RELOOK, Moron. But of all the injustices inherent in our justice system and bullshit pardons… Read more »

Wireman611

Nope, you’re right, he didn’t kill a cop, he killed a guy who was just doing his job, hoping to go home after, like most of the rest of us.

Commissar

Also, you have zero rucking integrity or credibility. Zero.

You are one of the most disingenuous people on this site.

Hatchet

Pot calling the kettle Black. INEPT. FRAUD.

Hatchet

“rucking”? Guess I forgot to add ILLITERATE. INEPT.
FRAUD.

A Proud Infidel®™

You forgot “Brainwashed to the Nth Degree”!

5JC

Ad Hominem, last refuge of a failure.

rgr769

He didn’t just kill someone for some personal beef. He was part of a domestic terrorist movement that attacked multiple facilities and robbed to take money to finance more murders with bombs.

Commissar

Yes.

And he swerved 40 years.

Seems about right.

Much more time than any of the domestic terrorists that tried to overthrow our democratic election and occupy our capitol in order to install a despot.

Hatchet

ILLITERATE. INEPT.
FRAUD.

Deckie

Lars… you aided and abetted a domestic terrorist group and side with the party destroying this country.

Go back to making coffee for your professors, you shitbird hack.

David

“Much more time than any of the domestic terrorists that tried to overthrow our democratic election and occupy our capitol in order to install a despot.” yeah, because they killed someone. Wait, that was the Capital police that did that.

Blaster

also, most of them are locked up currently without being charged, so how do we know he “swerved” longer? Looks like the 6-Jan folks will stay for quite some time.

SFC D

Read the post again. Then re-read mine. January 6th was a bunch of grabasstic, brain dead unorganized dumbasses. This man was a dyed-in-the-wool, active domestic terrorist, part of a larger group of domestic terrorists that attacked the nation. See also “antifa”, their descendants. As always, you’re a fraud.

Hack Stone

Or any other of the mostly peaceful protesters who attacked local and federal law enforcement officers and looted/destroyed thousands of businesses in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. (hack Stone refuses to call it a murder).

Roh-Dog

It wasn’t, Hack. Don’t yield them an inch of beach.

Anonymous

You’re just unhappy The Man had him down for 40 years.

Sapper3307

OldManchu

I fucking knew it. I wasn’t half way through the post reading and I thought to myself, “That dickhead Lars will surely mount a defense if this scumbag” and damn if you didn’t do just that.

Asshat!

UpNorth

👍🏼 I had the same feeling about the AntiFa medic/failed deputy sheriff/general fuck up.

Hatchet

Commie-czar-ZEK says: October 27, 2021 at 5:05 pm – Let’s be accurate; he was the unarmed getaway driver. Then(along with a lot of other things), apparently US Criminal Law is NOT your forte. It goes to the US Accomplice/Complicity Liability Law: “A person who knowingly, voluntarily, or intentionally gives assistance to another in (or in some cases fails to prevent another from) the commission of a crime. An accomplice is criminally liable to the same… Read more »

Commissar

Fuck off. I understand transferred intent…which is why he was convicted of murder. But not being the trigger puller, even when convicted of murder, is usually a lower end of the sentencing guidelines. He served more than twice the national average for convicted first degree murderers. I truly think you are one of the two dumbest people I have seen on this blog. I don’t reply to you often and you can expect me to… Read more »

A Proud Infidel®™

He took part in a very heinous crime.
His sentence has been commuted by one of your heroes.
You and your ilk do all you can to perpetuate shit like this as well as sparing the lives of Death row Inmates while openly espousing the murder of unborn children, further proving that liberalism is a Mental Disorder.

Sapper3307

Lets go Brandon!

Hatchet

Commie-czar-ZEK snivels: October 27, 2021 at 6:22 pm – Fuck off. Yup. THE typical response of an -alleged- former officer in the US military.. A true Mouse amoung Men. – I understand transferred intent…which is why he was convicted of murder. Apparently you don’t actually understand ‘transferred intent’ but state that your agree with it anyway. *shrug* Predictably neurotic… – But not being the trigger puller, even when convicted of murder, is usually a lower… Read more »

Friend

👍👍👍👍👍👍
Thank you…

Hatchet

Six of ’em? Thank you, Friend!

rgr769

No you, don’t understand the legal concept of transferred intent, you moron. It has nothing to do with why your treasonous hero was convicted in the armored truck robbery and police shootout. Your hero was convicted of being a principal in an armed robbery and the murder of three people. The felony murder rule makes him as culpable in the eyes of the law as if he had pulled the trigger. Plus, he was part… Read more »

5JC

“But not being the trigger puller, even when convicted of murder, is usually a lower end of the sentencing guidelines.”

Those are published but I seemed to have missed your reference. So what are the guidelines for “hand of one, hand of all”? I am only curious because I am absolutely certain you are wrong.

Twist

Name one person who only served 17.5 years for 3 murders (2 of which were police officers), 3 attempted murders, and armed robbery. I’ll wait

A Proud Infidel®™

I wouldn’t waste my time waiting for an even remotely intelligible reply from Major Moonbat. At the very least, he’d leave a shit-and-run reply blaming Donald Trump.

ChipNASA

ANNNNNNNDDDD here he is (Commissar )
Buttfuck-a-go-go
Why am I *so* not surprised he showed up here to suck David Gilbert’s dick and his squad?
Well, at least we all know who’s going to be first in line when David gets out.

Hatchet

Perfect timing 🍺😎 Cheers Mate

Carlton

The former Governor is an even bigger piece of shit than his dead father was.

Anonymous

Democrats love them some Leftist terrorists…

OWB

It doesn’t seem like that long ago a domestic terrorist was somebody like this who plotted to blow up buildings and kill people. And did it. Times they are indeed changing. Now folks who simply ask questions and/or show up with a crowd are incorrectly labeled, investigated and arrested. Unless they wear silly pink hats. Or whatever the approved apparel is this week for folks burning stuff, vandalizing stores, assaulting others, impeding traffic, and doing… Read more »

Amateur Historian

As a former Brink’s guard, fuck this guy!

Amateur Historian

Fuck Cuomo too!

Roh-Dog

I’ll drink to that!

Anonymous

Concur!

A Proud Infidel®™

BOTH of his Grandmothers should have had abortions.

Jeff LPH 3, 63-66

Sad Memories of what happened to the New Jersey crew. I used to see Petey Paige at the Federal Reserve Bank when I was on Fed runs. The crew worked out of Newark NJ at the time of the holdup and a number of years later, the shop was closed and we took in Jimmy Kelly and Joey Trombino in our Brooklyn shop where we moved from Manhatten around 1984 I believe. Jimmy drove me… Read more »

Jeff LPH 3, 63-66

Amateur Historian;

Where did you work. I worked for Brink’s from
1970-2007 in NYC. 66 Murray Street and Kent Ave, Brooklyn Navy Yard then out to Springfield Gardens, Queens NYC which was Brinks Global Services. When I started in 1970 I was hired by US Trucking Armoured and a couple of months later there was the Brink’s merger so we went from green trucks to the grey ones.

Roh-Dog

I’m not *saying* that if I got S-2 on this guy’s whereabouts that he’d get black bagged, worked over with some ‘not water boarding’ (it’s not WBing if you use JP8) and the tool crib from a Home Depot (h/t to Milwaukee tools M18 system!)… what *I’m saying* is I have no idea where this turd is and doing a good job NOT figuring it out.

A Proud Infidel®™️

It’s not waterboarding if you use diesel fuel which is easier to come by!

26Limabeans

My prediction is that he will be dead shortly.

Twist

Just spread the word that he has incriminating evidence on Hillary Clinton.

A Proud Infidel®™

THAT’S a death sentence and a half!

SidneyBroadshead

The only reason this privileged white guy shot cops was his white friends at the time approved of that sort of thing and fed his ego. However, that was during a dark and turbulent time in the past.
There is no way that he’s going to hang around with a mob of violent left wing urban terrorists and go on a cop murdering spree.
Oh, wait a minute…yeah. He definitely could.