In a recent study conducted by the CATO Institute, it was determined that out of all 50 states, New York is considered to be the least free state in the union.  Of course, for those of us who pay attention, we knew a lot of northern states, including New York were the most tyrannical.

The study says some of the reasons are high taxes, a heavy debt load and rent controls.

“New York has been the least free state in the country for a long time,” the study said.

“Economic freedom is the most significant weakness, but the state has not kept up with the rest of the country on personal freedom either,” the reports suggested.

According to the study, New York ranks at 50 among the freest states, mainly due to fiscal irresponsibility and regulations.  The Empire State ranks 40 when it comes to personal freedom.

According to the report:

The only fiscal policy area where New York is not below average is the ratio of government to private employment, where the state has actually improved significantly since the early 2000s. The government GDP ratio has scarcely fallen over that same time period, suggesting that New York pairs relatively low government employment with high salaries and benefits for public employees. New York’s local tax burden is twice that of the average state: 8.5 percent of income in FY 2015. This is a dramatic rise from the early 2000s, when it was 7 percent. However, New Yorkers have ample choice in local government: 2.9 competing jurisdictions per 100 square miles. The state tax burden, at a projected 6.8 percent of income in FY 2017, is also higher than the national average. Debt is the highest in the country at 31.2 percent of income, and liquid assets are less than half that, at 14.2 percent of income.

New York is also the worst state on regulatory policy, although here it is at least within striking distance of number 49. Land-use freedom is very low, primarily because of the economically devastating rent control law in New York City. Local zoning is actually fairly moderate compared with surrounding states not named “Pennsylvania.” Renewable portfolio standards are high. The state enacted a minimum wage in 2013–14 and also has a short-term disability insurance mandate. Cable and telecommunications are unreformed. Occupational freedom is a bit subpar, but nurse practitioners did gain some independence in 2013–14. Insurance freedom is a mixed bag (the state has stayed out of the Interstate Insurance Product Regulation Compact), but property and casualty insurers gained some freedom to set rates in 2013–14. The civil liability system looks poor, but we may underrate it slightly because of the state’s large legal sector.

New York’s criminal justice policies are reasonably decent. While drug arrests are about average, nondrug victimless crime arrests are quite low. Incarceration rates are below average. Unfortunately, the state is one of only a few to impose loss of a driver’s license as a punishment for non-driving-related drug crimes. Local law enforcement enthusiastically participates in equitable sharing, even though the state law imposes only modest limits in the first place. Tobacco freedom is the worst in the country because of smoking bans and stratospheric taxes ($4.30 a pack in 2015 dollars in 2016). Since 2014, localities have actually enacted total prohibition for 18-to 20-year-olds. New York is perhaps the worst state for homeschoolers, and it has no private or public school choice programs. Sparklers were legalized in 2015 and mixed martial arts competitions in 2016. Gambling freedom is better than average; casinos were introduced in 2005. Cannabis freedom is now slightly above average, as the state enacted a limited medical law in 2014. Alcohol freedom is a bit above average, but grocery stores can’t sell wine. Gun rights are hedged about with all kinds of restrictions, but it is possible with some effort to get a concealed-carry license in some parts of the state.

However, what’s not that surprising is that CATO offers policy changes, but none of them actually deal with pushing back tyrannical laws and enforcing moral ones that the state historically held.

CATO offered three policy changes:

  • Fiscal: Cut spending on hospitals, housing, public buildings, public welfare, education, corrections, police and fire, sanitation and sewerage, employee retirement, and “miscellaneous,” which are all above national averages. Cut all taxes, and pay down debt.
  • Regulatory: Abolish rent control. This move could have raised New York to 45th, ahead of Vermont and New Jersey, on regulatory policy.
  • Personal: Slash cigarette taxes, which are so high as to be almost tantamount to prohibition.

Of course, Governor Andrew “America was never that great” Cuomo suggests this is nothing but right wing propaganda.

Cuomo spokeman Tyrone Stevens said, “Regardless of what this right-wing think tank says, under this administration, New York became the first big state to give the LBGTQ community the freedom to marry, gave workers the freedom to be with their families during times of crisis with the strongest paid family leave program in the nation, and helped provide freedom from poverty with a $15 minimum wage and free public college tuition for middle and working class New Yorkers.”

“‎During the same time, middle class taxes were cut and a property tax cap was put in place, while unemployment was slashed in half and private sector jobs grew to a record high,” he added.

That’s not saying much.  Look how far New York has come in their tyranny and depravity.  At our founding, they would put sodomites to death for their crimes based upon the biblical law that was the foundation of their state law.  Now, they have jettisoned that in favor of not only celebrating the debauchery of sodomy, but also perverted the definition of marriage to sound as if they are permitting freedom, when what they are endorsing is slavery to sin and crime.  The rest is nonsense from the governor.

All of the things CATO suggested for policy changes are good things, of course.  I’m not arguing against them.  However, those things do not guard liberty and freedom.  Justice does.  Sadly, that doesn’t even show up on the radar for CATO, not only in New York but in all of their report.

For example, The Times Union reported nearly a year ago in September 2017 the following:

More than 51,000 people are behind bars in New York’s state prisons. Here is what that population looks like, by the numbers:

  • The state prison population is 95.5 percent male. The average age is 38.
  • About 46 percent of state inmates are from upstate communities.
  • Roughly 40 percent of inmates do not have a high school education.
  • Sixty percent of inmates have children, and 66 percent have never been married.
  • The average minimum sentence is six years. The average maximum sentence is 10 years, four months and two weeks.
  • Two-thirds of inmates have been convicted of a violent felony.
  • Nearly 56 percent of inmates are first-time felony offenders. Four percent have been convicted of a felony three or more times.

What about recidivism? Almost 23,500 inmates were released in 2012 and roughly 10,000 returned to state custody within three years. Here is a statistical look at why they were recommitted:

  • A third of those 10,000 people returned to prison on parole violations and 9 percent were recommitted with a new felony conviction.
  • Newly released inmates who committed a new crime were most often returned for drug-related offenses.
  • Inmates who had not yet turned 21 were 10 percent more likely to return to prison than their older counterparts.
  • People from urban communities in upstate New York were anywhere between 4 and 10 percent more likely to return to prison than people from other counties.

This data is based on the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision’s most recent Under Custody Report, released on Jan. 1, 2016, and the agency’s three-year post-release follow-up on inmates released in 2012, a report published in 2017.

No justice is actually dealt out, just incarceration at taxpayer expense, which is an injustice both to the inmate, the victims, the victims’ families and the taxpayers.

If that were not  enough, in October 2017, a report from NYUP.com documented 235 murderers who were released from prison and among them were four who had been convicted of killing children.  That report was based on convicted murderers who were set free back into the population in 2016, no doubt, with many of them hell-bent on committing more crimes and murders.

Here’s the list from Syracuse.com.

 




NameAscendingCounty of convictionCounty of releasePrisonOriginal date receivedDate of birth
Adam, DerekBronxKingsFishkill5/25/19949/25/1962
Agas, VenerandoNew YorkNew YorkWyoming3/20/199611/14/1942
Albelo, DavidKingsBronxMidstate6/13/19911/3/1971
Allen, JodyKingsKingsUlster12/23/19865/5/1967
Allen, NormanQueensNiagaraElmira8/14/19955/8/1955
Anderson, DerekKingsKingsRiverview9/23/19932/26/1977
Andreo, JoseNew YorkNew YorkWillard8/11/198610/5/1956
Ansari, FahimNiagaraErieWillard2/16/19773/25/1949
Ashman, TafariKingsKingsFishkill9/30/19983/11/1977
Augustine, KennethTompkinsTompkinsCayuga7/17/19928/16/1937
Ayala, SantiagoBronxNew YorkFishkill5/8/199510/28/1962
Barrios, MarcoErieQueensWoodbourne6/7/19933/27/1966
Bermudez, ManuelBronxIn CustodyFishkill11/25/199412/24/1975
Bernard, MichaelSuffolkSuffolkFishkill1/30/19927/7/1964
Binkley, DavidNew YorkOut of StateFishkill8/7/19988/22/1963
Bowe, TraceyKingsKingsBedford Hills9/21/19939/28/1967
Britt, OliverKingsKingsWoodbourne11/22/19858/18/1956
Brown, ErrolBronxOut of StateGouverneur2/4/199311/18/1966
Brown, LeonardKingsQueensWillard12/4/19816/18/1963
Brown, TonyNew YorkBronxGreen Haven12/9/198812/8/1955
Bullock, JohnMonroeMonroeWillard11/17/19833/23/1962
Bush, RichardKingsFederal CustodyElmira4/24/199111/2/1964
Butler, ClarenceNew YorkNew YorkMarcy8/24/19899/6/1958
Calderon, JoseKingsKingsShawangunk12/9/19869/9/1964
Cannon, PhillipQueensKingsOtisville8/16/199312/24/1969
Casiano, RudolfoKingsRichmondCayuga11/10/19832/24/1965
Cauthen, JohnKingsQueensWillard3/30/19922/14/1963
Clemons, PatrickNew YorkQueensFishkill4/2/19932/5/1965
Cola, HasaunBronxNew YorkSing Sing8/3/199811/23/1979
Cole, TonyBronxBronxBare Hill4/2/19874/6/1964
Colon, PaulBronxOther State AgencyGreat Meadow5/11/20128/13/1985
Comer, WalleeKingsOff ParoleElmira9/4/198610/18/1963
Cooper, JessieMonroeIn custodyAuburn9/29/20035/25/1978
Cooper, WilbertBronxBronxWillard1/26/19881/23/1968
Cotto, JuanWestchesterWestchsterCayuga9/8/19994/15/1981
Cruz, AlvinQueensOut of StateFishkill6/23/199711/28/1974
Cumbo, AltonKingsNew YorkQueens11/2/19956/22/1967
Delarosa, CarlosBronxFederal CustodyFishkill4/19/19941/23/1965
Diaz, MelanioKingsNew YorkMidstate4/19/19823/10/1959
Dionicio, WilsonBronxOut of StateGreen Haven10/12/19935/27/1964
Donovan, VincentBronxNew YorkQueens8/13/19858/20/1965
Dubois, DonaldQueensQueensUlster10/12/19888/3/1969
Duke, VictorNassauNassauQueens3/12/19877/31/1966
Dystant, RobertKingsFederal CustodyWoodbourne7/16/19932/9/1964
Echavarria, LouisKingsWestchesterOtisville2/6/200412/16/1967
Ely, KarenAlbanyNew YorkTaconic2/23/19839/24/1947
Emery, DwayneKingsKingsFishkill5/6/19984/17/1964
Epps, DarnellKingsTompkinsFive Points12/5/20008/21/1979
Epps, DarrylKingsRichmondFive Points10/27/20006/10/1978
Escobar, JuanSuffolkFederal CustodyWoodbourne1/28/199911/11/1955
Etienne, LillieKingsOff ParoleTaconic6/24/198812/5/1946
Farrington, MichaelWestchesterWestchesterFishkill4/27/19932/28/1974
Felder, GaryQueensBronxSing Sing5/12/19941/31/1975
Figueroa, JuanSuffolkSuffolkQueens4/30/198612/5/1957
Fischer, ThomasCattaraugusCattaraugusWillard12/16/19885/13/1965
Fischl, JosefDutchessIn custodySing Sing12/11/19897/20/1968
Flores, KeithKingsFederal CustodyGreen Haven5/20/199110/9/1972
Floyd, LamontKingsNew YorkElmira2/10/19874/12/1954
Fox, StephenKingsRichmondMohawk8/29/200112/25/1959
Francois, LewisKingsIn custodyWende6/17/20087/12/1982
Freire, AndrewNew YorkQueensEastern2/23/199412/11/1969
Friedlander, JonathanOrangeIn custodyBare Hill3/29/199111/13/1972
Fundora, LorenzoBronxBronxCollins11/1/199112/17/1945
Garcia, JoseNassauBronxUlster5/28/198712/13/1967
Garcia, VictorBronxKingsRiverview4/10/19975/27/1974
Garner, CharlesErieErieUlster7/29/199610/4/1974
Garrett, JosephQueensBronxUlster12/30/198212/25/1950
Gaston, RaymondNew YorkNew YorkShawangunk8/27/19929/6/1970
Geddes, DevonKingsFederal CustodyWoodbourne12/5/19951/19/1969
Gillyard, WayneNew YorkKingsQueens1/27/199312/18/1965
Gilman, JamesNassauOut of StateMidstate9/20/19907/9/1965
Gonzalez, AlexKingsKingsFishkill2/20/19924/16/1968
Gonzalez, CarlosKingsBronxFranklin1/28/19996/24/1978
Goode, KevinQueensQueensGreat Meadow5/7/197111/4/1947
Gordon, LawrenceKingsKingsGreen Haven12/1/197811/20/1944
Grant, PatrickWestchesterFederal CustodyBare Hill4/21/19947/10/1953
Green, AlbertoKingsBroomeWalsh4/22/19983/2/1966
Green, DamonBronxWestchesterWoodbourne5/13/19937/22/1973
Green, OmariBronxIn CustodyWillard7/11/200310/27/1982
Guerrero, RamonBronxFederal CustodyBare Hill10/31/19958/27/1964
Hamlin, ThaxtonMonroeMonroeCayuga11/2/198410/24/1964
Harley, BryantKingsKingsFishkill6/6/19943/13/1969
Hattley, MatthewKingsFultonWoodbourne12/27/19937/16/1967
Hawkins, DempseyRichmondFederal CustodyWoodbourne4/12/197912/29/1959
Hernaiz, RalphNew YorkMonroeQueens7/19/19771/27/1954
Hill, DurellKingsKingsOtisville4/26/199510/31/1976
Hill, ThomasMonroeMonroeWyoming6/14/19911/15/1972
Hines, MorganNew YorkNew YorkWoodbourne6/22/200012/21/1970
Hinestroza, BrianSuffolkSuffolkFishkill5/23/20033/4/1981
Hinkson, DeseanNew YorkKingsGowanda10/22/20093/18/1991
Holliman, RichardKingsNew YorkQueens9/12/199612/2/1973
Idlet, FrederickQueensSaratogaWashington11/21/19885/22/1968
Isaac, AllenOnondagaOnondagaElmira1/10/19973/31/1977
Ithna-Asheri, MakeenSuffolkGeneseeCollins6/22/19773/19/1960
Jackson, AnthonyWestchesterWestchesterQueens10/26/198410/16/1961
Jackson, NahshonSuffolkNassauOtisville4/18/19958/19/1969
Jamar, JamarKingsKingsMarcy6/15/198212/13/1958
James, FrankKingsSuffolkWoodbourne4/27/199011/13/1960
Jean-Baptiste, KennyNew YorkKingsFishkill5/23/20017/1/1972
Jenkins, StevenQueensNew YorkMidstate11/30/19922/1/1964
Johnson, CalvinKingsBronxWende10/5/199512/10/1963
Johnson, DeanKingsSchenectadyFishkill10/26/19929/3/1966
Johnson, GeraldKingsOut of StateQueens8/31/19936/29/1970
Jones, AndreQueensSuffolkAuburn6/25/19753/25/1954
Jones, JamesErieErieCollins2/26/19851/30/1939
Jones, TyroneQueensRichmondFishkill6/28/19847/9/1961
Joseph, JasonBronxKingsFive Points10/15/19978/4/1976
Judge, PaulKingsKingsFishkill9/5/198910/16/1964
Kearns, JosephSuffolkOther State AgencyMarcy8/13/20158/29/1981
Keefer, BurtLewisJeffersonLivingston11/6/199211/5/1970
Kwak, Young MinNew YorkFederal CustodyFishkill12/13/20026/4/1973
Lacosta, MartyBronxQueensQueens7/28/19822/2/1962
Laffer, DavidSuffolkOther State AgencyClinton11/17/201111/16/1977
Lahara, NancyQueensRensselaerTaconic4/1/19937/13/1970
Langley, TimothyNew YorkKingsLivingston8/9/19948/9/1973
Lanier, CordellMonroeMonroeWillard5/13/19975/5/1978
Lee, CalvinKingsKingsSing Sing8/27/198611/21/1960
Lockwood, CarlaNew YorkFederal CustodyAlbion11/12/199710/26/1963
Lowder, DouglasErieGeneseeGroveland5/19/198311/30/1952
Lundy, KareemKingsIn custodyCape Vincent11/17/19984/20/1980
Maldonado, DavidBronxKingsWoodbourne12/21/20096/6/1976
Martinez, JesusBronxBronxGowanda8/9/20003/25/1978
Matchaletti, RockyMonroeMonroeWyoming10/31/198412/11/1961
Mathews, ChristianQueensQueensWillard6/30/19955/24/1968
Mattioli, PeterFultonAlbanyWoodbourne2/27/19732/14/1946
Mcclaurin, CraigNew YorkBronxWashington7/6/19955/25/1971
Mcguire, GeorgeKingsQueensGreat Meadow11/21/199012/6/1968
Medina, GonzalezBronxKingsFranklin3/13/19733/1/1946
Mendez, FranciscoBronxUlsterEastern3/14/19783/31/1960
Mercado, FranciscoBronxBronxOrleans12/20/19849/5/1965
Mettler, DonaldMadisonIn custodySullivan9/29/19871/18/1967
Midlarsky, SheldonDutchessIn CustodyElmira11/29/198310/4/1936
Millery, ClaudeQueensQueensBedford Hills4/22/19937/20/1972
Mitchell, RimellQueensQueensFive Points3/17/20006/20/1978
Montaque, WilliamOnondagaOnondagaCayuga4/30/20012/4/1980
Morales, HerbertSuffolkBronxOtisville3/29/198510/15/1965
Morales, LeonardoBronxBronxWende1/2/19918/4/1973
Morgan, TyroneQueensOther State AgencyFishkill5/6/199211/23/1954
Mosher, TheodoreAlbanyWestchesterWoodbourne2/1/19792/17/1956
Neal, JamesBronxBronxWoodbourne6/20/19902/26/1965
Negroni, CarlosKingsKingsQueens7/17/199810/5/1978
Nicholson, RodneyMonroeOut of StateLivingston2/20/199210/8/1968
Nunez, JoseNew YorkOther State AgencyMarcy12/1/19987/16/1973
Osorio, JoseBronxNew YorkLivingston2/22/19791/24/1962
Palmer, RonaldBronxAlbanyQueens9/28/19934/19/1965
Pantoliano, MichaelKingsRichmondOrleans3/24/198310/31/1955
Parsons, VictorKingsNew YorkFishkill7/21/198210/28/1952
Patrick, CollinNew YorkErieFishkill5/14/20023/14/1978
Perez, BonifacioNew YorkKingsFishkill1/13/20003/12/1965
Perez, LuisKingsKingsWoodbourne5/15/199712/22/1956
Perry, JamelRichmondKingsFive Points1/13/19987/18/1973
Pollard, EugeneKingsSuffolkWillard11/5/198612/4/1962
Pressley, AnthonyOneidaOut of StateFishkill4/23/19934/17/1967
Ramirez, SantiagoBronxBronxOtisville4/30/19823/10/1961
Ramos, AngelKingsNew YorkWillard2/14/199411/22/1971
Ramos, LuisOrangeBronxFishkill7/9/20035/16/1980
Ramsey, ThurmanKingsKingsCape Vincent3/4/198110/30/1959
Redding, JohnKingsKingsWoodbourne1/30/19965/31/1957
Reyes, NicholasQueensBronxWoodbourne2/17/19831/29/1964
Reynoso, JohnnyKingsIn CustodyUpstate2/3/19947/13/1962
Rivera, DavidKingsKingsCayuga4/5/20001/4/1980
Rivera, FelibertoBronxBronxGreene6/14/19937/27/1973
Roberts, DamienErieErieFranklin3/9/19993/3/1980
Robertson, OmarBronxFederal CustodyMohawk5/3/19996/19/1976
Rock, ChristopherKingsKingsOtisville1/11/19944/30/1973
Rodriguez, AlejoNew YorkNew YorkOtisville1/22/19862/26/1962
Rodriguez, AlfredoBronxWestchesterSing Sing1/8/198612/6/1949
Rodriguez, EdwinKingsNew YorkMidstate2/27/19876/10/1950
Rodriguez, FelipeQueensKingsOtisville6/7/19906/15/1965
Rodriguez, GlennQueensBronxEastern7/1/19921/2/1974
Rodriguez, GonzaloKingsFederal CustodyFishkill12/17/20021/31/1979
Rodriquez, RobertNew YorkNew YorkFishkill11/14/19943/9/1967
Rosado, RayWestchesterQueensWoodbourne4/26/20015/15/1978
Rossakis, NikiQueensQueensTaconic7/19/199611/22/1961
Rossi, ConstantinOswegoOswegoCape Vincent1/30/19877/22/1952
Rowe, SydneyKingsQueensSing Sing4/17/199711/24/1971
Rudicel, DanielTiogaOther State AgencyFive Points5/1/19901/3/1973
Rudolph, TyroneSuffolkOut of StateFishkill1/25/199512/26/1972
Salazar, AngelNassauNassauMidstate4/13/198210/2/1955
Salgado, AlbertChautauquaChautauquaMohawk5/3/19831/4/1958
Samuel, OtisErieErieCayuga6/4/19805/15/1958
Sanchez, CarlosSuffolkSuffolkEastern5/5/19951/5/1975
Sanchez, MiguelBronxBronxFishkill9/1/199911/5/1975
Sanchez, MiguelBronxBronxWoodbourne1/7/19993/30/1971
Santiago, RafaelMontgomeryFultonWende3/23/19737/1/1948
Santos, EdgarKingsNassauFishkill8/5/19962/14/1968
Schermerhorn, DavidQueensSuffolkDownstate8/5/198310/8/1954
Seals, WilliamNew YorkBronxFishkill10/17/19955/22/1964
Seeley, ValerieKingsBronxBedford Hills5/5/20036/10/1955
Seifullah, AmmarSchenectadyAlbanyWashington6/11/19851/5/1954
Sharif, MalikBronxKingsAuburn4/3/19848/23/1947
Sheppard, KarifKingsKingsFishkill3/27/200311/23/1984
Small, AnthonyQueensNew YorkQueens12/14/19874/6/1966
Smith, StephenKingsKingsOtisville4/24/19927/18/1973
Snickles, EmmettSt. LawrenceSteubenClinton10/21/19926/21/1969
Spruils, JessieBronxBronxBare Hill3/27/199212/11/1972
Starks, JamalSuffolkNassauFishkill10/22/20028/3/1970
Stephen, JacquesKingsFederal CustodyLivingston3/14/19859/24/1964
Stephenson, NajieKingsKingsFive Points11/9/19924/17/1969
Suphal, IvanKingsKingsSing Sing8/13/20015/6/1975
Talmon, PaulErieGeneseeAltona2/2/19881/30/1960
Tarbell, RoyMonroeMonroeCape Vincent6/8/198912/28/1966
Tate, ShaneKingsKingsBare Hill1/13/199710/28/1976
Temple, TarsheemQueensSuffolkFishkill1/4/199512/12/1976
Thomas, AndrewWestchesterWestchesterFishkill8/27/19986/18/1979
Thompson, RogerQueensQueensFishkill8/26/19916/23/1967
Toal, DanielSuffolkSuffolkAttica12/10/19907/22/1969
Torres, GillianKingsNassauQueens4/15/199310/17/1964
Towner, JamesKingsKingsOrleans9/3/19999/26/1961
Turaine, DitianNew YorkKingsGouverneur7/29/198812/12/1959
Umonzor, CelinQueensFederal CustodyMohawk12/12/199112/22/1956
Urbina, JesusSuffolkIn custodyGreat Meadow11/3/200510/29/1975
Vargas, VictorKingsQueensBare Hill4/18/19896/23/1965
Vazquez, JoseRichmondOnondagaMarcy1/15/19741/26/1949
Velasquez, NewleyKingsOneidaFranklin11/3/199312/27/1975
Vicks, AnthonyKingsIn custodyGouverneur9/25/198010/18/1962
Viserto, AnthonyNew YorkKingsSullivan2/27/197912/9/1953
Walker, MichaelSuffolkSuffolkQueens4/21/19947/2/1963
Washington, BobbyBronxKingsOtisville4/4/199110/15/1972
Washington, JamelKingsSuffolkGroveland9/7/20012/24/1982
Watson, ClarenceQueensIn custodyUlster7/28/19993/27/1978
Welds, WaquanQueensQueensMohawk5/18/20155/18/1994
West, MichaelErieErieFranklin12/21/19763/19/1947
White, RandyKingsKingsQueens8/27/19934/17/1959
White, SamuelErieErieSullivan7/19/198912/25/1970
Williams, JameelErieErieGowanda6/26/19961/26/1976
Williams, RobertQueensOnondagaElmira7/16/198011/28/1960
Williams, ShamalKingsKingsWillard6/22/19981/18/1979
Williams, StephonKingsQueensOtisville6/18/20099/30/1990
Wilson, JeromeKingsRichmondGreat Meadow10/1/19848/22/1962
Woods, RufusKingsKingsCoxsackie9/19/19836/25/1965
Wright, JermaineKingsIn custodyFive Points11/18/19947/7/1977
Wroblewski, MarkErieWyomingGroveland9/17/19823/8/1961
Young, DwightBronxBronxQueens3/22/19964/14/1965
Zimmerman, Donavon AdoKingsWestchesterAuburn6/19/199210/16/1974


Source: NYS Department of Corrections and Community Supervision

For questions, comments or suggestions on this data report, please send a note to Michelle Breidenbach or call 315-470-3186.

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  • August 26, 2018 at 1:21 am
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    Maybe I’m wrong, but keeping slum lords in check is good?
    I agree with most of it though, because of the cigarette tax, etc… Garner got choked to death.
    Ironically though if it’s cigarettes, conservatives, usually give a rats ass, and side with the tyrants most of the time.
    Which makes them hypocrites mostly. If it ain’t guns, money, the flag, or other as important liberties, they usually don’t care.
    Amazing too just how many smokers do the same.

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