The San Francisco District attorney — whose father helped kill two cops and a guard in the infamous Brink’s armored-car robbery in Nyack in 1981 — is lobbying Gov. Andrew Cuomo to commute his dad’s sentence.
Chesa Boudin, was 14 months old when his parents, David Gilbert and Kathy Boudin, members of the domestic-terror group Weather Underground, dropped him off at a baby-sitter’s Oct. 2 and helped pull off the heinous heist in Nanuet in Rockland County.
Two Nyack policemen, Sgt. Edward O’Grady and Officer Waverly Brown — as well as Brink’s guard Peter Paige — were killed in the robbery and ensuing shootout at a nearby roadblock.
The Underground committed the crime along with the Black Liberation Army in an attempt to score dough to help fund their joint anti-government campaign.
Gilbert, 76, is among the last surviving people still imprisoned in connection to the robbery. Now his son, among others, are lobbying Cuomo.
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