Andrew Cuomo’s Parole Board keeps setting monsters free

Gov. Cuomo’s Parole Board keeps showering blessings on even the most horrendous criminals.

For $5,000 from a drug lord who wanted revenge, Perry Bellamy set up the 1985 murder of Parole Officer Brian Rooney, 34, luring him to a park in South Jamaica — where a drive-by hit squad killed him with five shots. Now Bellamy will hit New York City streets again as soon as Sept. 30.

“It’s despicable and it’s heartbreaking,” Alan Reiter, 74, Rooney’s ex-partner, told The Post. “I can’t imagine his assigned parole officer wanting to even supervise him.”

The Parole Board declined to share its reasoning for the release. Does it have any?
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