California Governor Jerry Brown Denies Parole for Armenian Terrorist Sassounian
Assembly of Turkish American Associations (ATAA) commends California Governor Jerry Brown for denying the parole of San Quentin Prison inmate Hampig Sassounian, whose parole was previously granted by the California Board of Parole.
Sassounian, Inmate C88440, was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life imprisonment for the heinous assassination of Turkish Consul General Kemal Arikan on January 28, 1982, as Mr. Arikan was in his car waiting at a traffic signal. Sassounian shot Mr. Arikan 14 times in the chest and head. Armenian terrorist organization JCAG claimed responsibility. Sassounian entered prison on June 29, 1984. Sassounian's previous parole requests had been denied because of his violent extremism in advocating the Armenian allegation of genocide, which poses a public safety risk.
ATAA thanks the Turkish American community, Turkish and Turkic American organizations, including Association of Turkish Americans of Southern California (ATASC), Federation of Turkish American Associations (FTAA), Pax Turcica Institute, U.S. Azeris Network and many others for their tremendous efforts resulted in the reversal of the parole of terrorist Hamping Sassounian.
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