Olson was mistakenly paroled a year ago, then taken back into custody as she was about to board a plane for Minnesota.
The Los Angeles Police Protective League has objected to Olson's possible parole transfer to Minnesota, calling it "kid glove treatment" by California officials. The league's president Paul Weber writes, "We do not believe the state of Minnesota has sufficient interest in ensuring Ms. Soliah complies with the terms of her parole."
California corrections officials say they expect to reach a decision on whether Olson will be returned to Minnesota, before her release on March 17.
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