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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Justice = Massacre 13, Get Executed; Justice, Seattle Style = Massacre 13, Get Parole

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Thanks to reader-researcher “W,” who writes,

I had forgotten about this incident. Not much to prevent him from re-entering the country under another persona.
Note how Ng got affirmative action coming and going. He should have been charged with 13 counts of murder, regardless of whether he pulled the trigger, but instead got robbery and assault. File this under immigrant mass murder syndrome, and criminal justice affirmative action.
 

Tony Ng paroled in Seattle Massacre after 30 years on robbery convictions
October 25, 2013
Fox News/Associated Press
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ABERDEEN, Wash. – One of three men convicted in the 1983 massacre of 13 people at a Seattle gambling club is being paroled.

The Washington Department of Corrections parole board has decided to release Wai Chiu "Tony" Ng (eng) after serving 30 years in prison. He was convicted of robbery and assault for his role in the shooting at the Wah Mee club.

KING-TV reports (http://is.gd/aTxv82) that Ng will be released 35-40 days from Friday to Immigration and Customs Enforcement and will be deported to Hong Kong.

Ng appeared before the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board in August. He said if he's released, he wouldn't fight deportation back to Hong Kong, where his father is sick.

[Of course, he wouldn’t fight it! Deportation would be yet another gift, not that he should he should stay here, either, unless it would be to die via execution, or in a jail cell.]

Two other men convicted of aggravated murder in the shooting are serving life sentences without parole.

[Make that life until parole.]

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Only yesterday in the paper did they have a story about this Biro fellah. Killed a husband and wife and the unborn child. NO death penalty but life without parole. And now they are considering in the courts that those under the age of 18, as was Biro, should not have be given life without parole, too harsh they say. And if that life without parole found to be too harsh, Biro because of all the time they served already will be immediately eligible for release. There is a trend here.

Anonymous said...

The families of the victims probably thought that these bad guys would NEVER get out of prison. Forget it. They DO get out. It might be many years but that alternative to the death penalty, "lock them away for life", that does not happen.

Anonymous said...

Weird thing was I was a patron at Eng's 'Ng's' family's restaurant for many years before that. They were always polite and went out of their way to be genuinely friendly.

My family was stunned to learn about the kid going bad. Just shows why we need the quick and sure death penalty.