Paul Hastings Lawyer Whose Home Was Site of 1980 Murder Fights to Keep Killer Behind Bars

, New York Law Journal

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More than 30 years ago, a 16-year-old boy killed a retired Reader's Digest editor and beat her disabled husband nearly to death in the couple's suburban home. With the killer coming up for parole, Scott Saks is waging a campaign to ensure he remains in prison forever.

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  • Scott Saks

    My name is Scott Saks, I strongly encourage everybody who reads this article to sign the petition to ensure that Convicted Inmate Losicco is denied parole this year, in two years, in ten years and forever. The petition can be found at the following link:

    http://www.thepetitionsite.com/194/981/805/residents-of-somers-ny-against-the-parole-of-convicted-murderer-and-rapist-terry-losicco-81b1188/

    You can sign anonymously if you should so choose. If you are a lawyer and officer of the court, I urge you to state that in the petition.

    Send a message to the parole board by signing the petition.

    Very truly yours,

    Scott Saks

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