Report: Paroled Cop-Killer Attempted to Register to Vote

Anthony Bottom aka Jalil Muntaqim

Monroe County Republican Committee Chairman Bill Napier wants District Attorney Sandra Doorley to look into what appears to be a parole violation by recently paroled cop-killer Anthony Bottom.

Bottom registered to vote this month in Brighton, shortly after he was released from prison.

Napier says falsifying a voter registration affidavit is a felony, and Bottom should be sent back to prison for committing a felony while on parole.

Bottom served nearly five decades in prison for the 1971 shooting deaths of two New York City police officers.

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