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03
Feb 2016
Help keep deputy killer behind bars
By
LAPPL Board of Directors

Convicted murderer Kien Vinh Ly CDCR# E57469, who killed Los Angeles County Marshal Henry Wong on September 2, 1988, is up for parole and we need your help to keep this killer behind bars. The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Board of Parole is considering advancing his parole hearing to an earlier date.

Please email [email protected] and tell the Board of Parole Hearings to keep Kien Vinh Ly CDCR# E57469 behind bars. You must act by Sunday, February 7, 2016.

Deputy Wong’s surviving widow and brother, along with the Los Angeles Police Protective League (LAPPL), vehemently oppose the release of Kien Vinh Ly. We implore the Board of Parole Hearings to keep this brutal killer behind bars for his heinous act of violence.

The LAPPL, which represents nearly 10,000 rank-and-file officers of the LAPD, is strongly opposed to the release of deputy killer Kien Vinh Ly. Deputy Wong was working off-duty as a security guard at an Alhambra restaurant when he was confronted by Ly and ordered Ly out of the restaurant for creating a disturbance and threatening patrons. As the restaurant was closing just before 2 a.m., Ly returned and shot Wong in the head. Deputy Wong was the first deputy county marshal to be shot to death on or off-duty in the history of the Los Angeles County Marshal’s Department.

Please do your part and help block the release of this murderer. Killing or attempted killing of a law enforcement officer is the ultimate violation of public safety and should result in the forfeiture of the assailant’s freedom for life.

You can email the Board of Parole Hearings at [email protected] or mail a letter to:

Attn: Administrative Review
Board of Parole Hearings
Pre-Hearing Analysis Unit
Post Box 4036
Sacramento, CA 95812-4036

We only have until Sunday, February 7, 2016 to email or send letters to the Board of Parole Hearings. Please act quickly.

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