According to CA Department of Corrections this is how you get your parole.
Once you are granted your parole by the Parole Board,there is a review of the findings. The review is to determine if there are any errors of law or fact and can take up to 120 days.
If after the 120 days the decision still stands, the case goes to the Governor of Cali. The Governor has up to thirty days to review the boards decision. He says yes or no to parole.
It then goes back to the Board. Even if the parole board denies someone or approves someone, The Govenor can reverse it.
At the beginning of 2010 Bruce was granted parole.
On 6/29/2010 Arnold said no Bruce can't go home.
I understand the Gov has the last say on who can and can't be paroled. What does that mean for Bruce? Sit and rot until your next parole hearing? That has to suck.
Things I Wonder About Bruce
I wonder if he got all excited and thought he was really going home to his wife and pre-teen daughter.
I wonder if he vowed to never watch another Terminator or Predator movie again.