Calling For The Passage Of Brittany's Law

New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C,I-Canandaigua) and Senator Mike Nozzolio will hold a press conference today, Tuesday, May 20, at 2 p.m. in Room 124 of the State Capitol to push for the Assembly to pass Brittany’s Law. The bill was passed in the Senate and would create a registry of violent criminals.
 
Brittany’s Law is named after Brittany Passalacqua, a 12-year-old girl who was murdered in 2009 along with her mother, Helen Buchel, in Geneva, New York. The two were killed by John Edward Brown, who was on parole after serving time in prison for violently assaulting his infant daughter in 2003. Buchel was unaware of Brown’s violent criminal history.
 
WHO:               Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb 
                        Senator Mike Nozzolio
                        Joan Tandle, paternal grandmother of Brittany Passalacqua
                        Ontario County Supervisor Greg Bendzolwicz, Former Geneva
                        Police Dept. Investigator 
                        Martha Bailey, Victims Resource Center of the Finger Lakes
                        Dale Driscoll, maternal grandmother of Brittany Passalacqua 
 
WHAT:            Assembly Leader Kolb, Senator Nozzolio to urge Assembly
                        Majority to pass 
Brittany’s Law
 
WHEN:            Tuesday, May 20 at 2 p.m.
 
WHERE:          NYS Capitol, Room 124
 
CONTACT:      Michael Fraser, (518) 455-3751(518) 859-8518
 

***ALL MEDIA WELCOME AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND***
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