Man Who Allegedly Stabbed Bristol Baby Was Released Early From Prison

Correction Dept.: Hapgood served nearly 90% of prison term

(WTNH) – Arthur Hapgood, accused of fatally stabbing a one-year-old child while arguing with his wife earlier this week in Bristol, was released from prison after serving more than 85 percent of a 71-month prison sentence, under the terms of the state’s early release program.

Early release of baby-stabbing suspect blasted

Suzio calls Early Release experience a catastrophic failure

Says Thousands of violent criminalsletloose to terrorize Connecticutfamilies

"More than 3,821 years of credits handed out to discharged prisoners including killers and rapists" 

Date: March 28, 2014 

For immediate release: 

Contact: Len Suzio (203)‐530‐1544 

Paul Pacelli Interview

Now that the trial of Frankie "The Razor" Resto is over and he has been sentenced to 53 years in prison for the murder of Ibrahim Ghazal it's time for the people of Meriden to understand the unambiguous truth and the critical role Connecticut's infamous "Early Release" program played in springing Resto from jail to prey upon Mr. Ghazal.

Resto rejects plea deal links

Resto rejects plea deal

Len Suzio and former Victim Advocate Michelle Cruz were featured as guests on the Vinnie Penn show

"On Monday September 23, former State Senator and current Victim Advocate Advisory Board member Len Suzio and former Victim Advocate Michelle Cruz were featured as guests on the Vinnie Penn show. The topic was the Early Release Program and the plea bargain offered to Frankie Resto.

Victim's Family Mad Over Plea Deal

The family of Ibraham Gazal are upset over the possibility of a plea deal for the suspect. Jeevan Vittal has more.

Murder Victim's family shut out of plea deal

Former State Senator Suzio teams with former Victim Advocate Cruz to demand justice for family
Frankie "the Razor" Resto offered plea deal without Ghazal family being consulted

Date: September 17, 2013

For immediate release:
Contact: Len Suzio (203)-530-1544

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