Parole After Local Execution Style Killing???

Supreme Court rulings have consequences and here's one more peek at a convicted murderer that could soon earn release amid outrage. Take a look:

Jackson County family upset parole granted to man convicted in execution-style murder

Nearly 30 years after an execution style murder, one of the men convicted has been granted parole - and the victim's family is fuming about it. Earlier this year, KCTV5 News told you about Bryan Sheppard, convicted in the deaths of six firefighters, getting released from prison because of a Supreme Court ruling affecting sentences of life without parole for convicts who were under the age of 18 at the time of the crime.


  1. Maybe we should pump less into our failed institutions of higher learning and build a few prisons. That way when a judge opens his pie hole maybe it will actuality mean something.


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