Bethpage woman fights to keep brother's killer behind bars

A Bethpage woman says she is fighting to keep the man who murdered her brother more than three decades ago behind bars as his parole

BETHPAGE - A Bethpage woman says she is fighting to keep the man who murdered her brother more than three decades ago behind bars as his parole hearing nears.

Colleen Hart says her brother, Tommy Moran, was shot and killed while working behind the counter of a Farmingdale gas station back in 1976.  He was just 16 years old when he was murdered.

Next month, Moran's killer, Edwin Fuller, is eligible for parole. 

Hart, however, says she is collecting signatures on a petition to keep Fuller in jail. 

Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice says she also sent a letter to the parole board opposing Fuller's release.

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