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Wednesday, 5 May 2010

Police brace for gangster's parole

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Police brace for gangster's parole: "Henry Nguyen once admitted to participating in the attempted assassination of a rival gang member -- and police later moved his entire family into protective custody when enemies targeted him.
But neither of those experiences, nor a 32-month prison sentence for drug trafficking, reformed Nguyen to the point where prison officials were willing to release him on parole.
Nguyen, 23, may have been considered too dangerous for parole -- but now he's close to reaching the two-thirds mark of his sentence, when offenders are entitled to statutory release.
Faced with Nguyen's impending release later this month, authorities have moved to impose several conditions on him, including requiring him to live in a halfway house under curfew."

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