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I hope he's not getting out any time soon!


I had never heard of him before, what an horrific ordeal for both of his (known) victims. And to think that he should have still been in prison just disgusts me to know end.


Eleven years was no more than a slap on the wrist for what he did the first time around.

I hope his current life sentence really does mean LIFE.


I had never heard of him before either, and ditto your comment, Darr---disgusting, indeed!


I just hope that my mother won't let this ruin what a wonderful person she is today, monsters like this should receive life, to sit in a cell and rot!


Tara, I am guessing your mom may be the lady in Iron Mountain? I'm glad she's come through it okay and if he comes up for parole, just say the word and I'm sure we could flood the parole board with letters as to why he shouldn't be released. I was agasht when I found out not only was he released early, but he committed practically an identical crime.

God bless you and your mom.

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