Parole Board Members Quit after Officer Shot
The governor of Massacusetts accepted the resignations of five members of the state parole board who voted to release a career criminal who killed a cop in a shoot-out.
Governor Deval Patrick also said he would seek to remove other officials from the board. Its been under review since a parolee with was released in 2009 from a triple life sentence and then shot officer John Maguire after a robbery in Woburn.
The ex-con, Dominic Cinelli, was also killed.
The governor says the parole board did not do enough to protect public safety.