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This Aug. 2, 2013 photo provided by the New York State Department of Correctional Services shows Lillo Brancato Jr.  The former "Sopranos" actor convicted for his real-life role in the slaying of an off-duty police officer during a botched break-in at a Bronx home was released from prison Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013 on parole. Brancato, 37, was released over the vehement objections of police union officials, who insisted he should have been convicted of murder. (AP Photo/New York State Department of Correctional Services)

This Aug. 2, 2013 photo provided by the New York State Department of Correctional Services shows Lillo Brancato Jr. The former "Sopranos" actor convicted for his real-life role in the slaying of an off-duty police officer during a botched break-in at a Bronx home was released from prison Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2013 on parole. Brancato, 37, was released over the vehement objections of police union officials, who insisted he should have been convicted of murder. (AP Photo/New York State Department of Correctional Services)

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