Terminally ill prisoner convicted in 1990s NYPD cop killing denied compassionate release; ‘She just wants to spend what time she has left with her family’

A terminally ill prisoner serving out a second conviction in the decades-old Brooklyn killing of an NYPD officer was denied a compassionate release, with a judge arguing that he was aware she might die behind bars when he sentenced her, new court filings show.

Betsy Ramos, 56, is halfway through a two-year sentence imposed for breaking federal parole when her boyfriend killed Officer Anthony Mosomillo on May 26, 1998 inside her East Flatbush apartment.

The 36-year-old decorated officer, a father of two from Glendale, Queens, died on the operating table hours after Ramos’ boyfriend, Jose Serrano, shot him during a bench warrant arrest. The mortally wounded Mosomillo, as he fell to the ground, returned a fatal gunshot at Serrano.

A terminally ill prisoner serving out a second conviction in the decades-old Brooklyn killing of an NYPD officer was denied a compassionate release, with a judge arguing that he was aware she might die behind bars when he sentenced her, new court filings show.

Betsy Ramos, 56, is halfway through […]

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