Please sign and share this petition to help us urge the New Jersey Parole Board to deny Christopher Righetti’s parole for the abduction, rape and brutal murder of Kim Montelaro.
I just posted a sample copy of the Resolution we are respectfully requesting all towns in Bergen County to pass through their Mayor & Council. Assemblyman Robert Auth has offered to assist us in this endeavor, and we thank him for his strong support. He informed us earlier this week that he intends to draft a statewide resolution as well! If you’d like to help, please contact your local Mayor & Councilmembers, and ask them to pass this important resolution. I will be posting a running list of those towns who participate and support this effort!
Hi everyone! I just posted a “sample letter” in the Note section in the sidebar and in the link below, for those of you who would like to write a letter and send it directly to the Parole Board in Trenton. We’ve been advised to have all letters sent in by Mid-May in order to guarantee they will be processed in time for Righetti’s hearing.
For those who have asked about sending a personal note to the Montelaros, including condolences on the passing of Tony Montelaro last November, there are two ways you can do so: email a note to me, or mail your message to: Paul & Alice Montelaro, c/o Parkstone Media, P.O. Box 682, Saddle River, NJ 07458 All notes and cards will forwarded to the family. Thank you.
THANK YOU to Principal Pat Molloy of Immaculate Heart Academy for your ongoing, unwavering support. Principal Molloy sent out an email blast this afternoon to the IHA parent & alumnae community, informing them of our efforts. For those who may not know: Principal Molloy personally made the trip down to Trenton in 2009 to lend her support to the Montelaro Family outside the NJ Parole Board building, moments before they went in to give their Victim Impact Statements. Her commitment to this cause remained just as strong in 2012, and upon learning that Righetti was up for parole again this year, she immediately stepped up to help. It’s a wonderful reminder of the goodness that exists in the world. Thank you Pat, and to the entire IHA community, for your swift response!
Thank you, Daily Voice, for helping us spread the word!