MANCHESTER (September 9, 2008) – Mayor Frank Guinta contacted Thomas Tarr, the chief U.S. probation officer for New Hampshire, demanding that he remove convicted child killer Raymond Guay from Manchester.
“Mr. Tarr’s support of this relocation greatly troubles me and causes me to question the judgment of his agency. This is an affront to the law-abiding citizens of
“The action of Mr. Tarr and his agency is unconscionable and will not stand. The people of
The following is a motion that Mayor Guinta requested be sent to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, to vote upon in an emergency phone poll:
“ As Raymond Guay posses a serious risk to our citizens and the children of the city, a motion to oppose the placement of Raymond Guay in the confines of the City of Manchester by the US Department of Probation. And we further demand his immediate removal from the City of
The vote was approved by the BMA and, as of now, there are 10 votes in support and none in opposition.