Cinelli had a lengthy rap sheet filled with armed robberies, assaults and other offenses, had been serving three life sentences since 1976, and had chronic disciplinary problems while in prison including two escapes during which he committed crimes, the Globe reported.
Still, he won the board over by saying the deaths in the family, including his mother's, and drug counseling changed him
That parole board is great!
I'm sure as soon as our incoming AG, former Sen Schneiderman hears about this, he's going to offer them jobs on the parole board here!
After all, he wants to free all the poor, unfortunate convicts serving time for serious drug offenses here.