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October 30, 2012

Rodriguez- Flamencogets maxsentence


Niagara Gazette — Cardone said that lesser charges filed against Rodriguez-Flamenco for incidents in Medina last year and during his incarceration were being withdrawn.

Fox, still grieving the loss of Byham after 14 years together, said he hopes that Rodriguez-Flamenco is never released from prison.

”He shouldn’t be let back into society,” Fox said. “People should know what he did and what he is capable of doing.”

A year after her needless death, Fox, a former court security officer, said he draws on Byham’s memory for inspiration to carry on in her absence.

”She had been on her own since she was 11 and (had medical issues), but she went on to get a degree,” said Fox, who is studying human services at GCC. “She made me promise to finish school.”

Contact reporter Jim Krencik at 798-1400, ext. 6327.

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