Skip to comments.18 years later, police say a murder mystery is solved ( Utah )
Posted on 09/20/2013 7:59:48 AM PDT by george76
This won't be Simpson's first time facing a murder charge in Utah.
Simpson was arrested in August of 1987 by Clearfield police and was convicted of murder in a Farmington court a couple of months later, according to court records. Simpson first arrived at the Utah State Prison in November of 1987.
He was first paroled in April of 1995. In June of 1997, he received a travel permit while on parole, according to Department of Corrections spokesman Steve Gehrke. He went to Nevada where he was arrested on a drug-related charge.
Simpson spent a short time in jail in Nevada before being extradited back to Utah to serve his sentence at the Utah State Prison in June of 1997, Gehrke said. Simpson was paroled again in September of 1997, and completed parole in 2003.
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Why are these MURDERERS “PAROLED”?????????????
Rather thin story on the facts, IMO.
Catch and release
Used new DNA technology that was not available before
> This won’t be Simpson’s first time facing a murder charge in Utah.
Paroled after less than 8 years for murdering TWO people? Let’s hope tha the next people that are murdered are on the parole board.
Well it wasn’t murder murder, just aggravated murder! Paroled after eight years, I never saw what the original sentence was, breaks parole and is returned to prison for a whooping three months and then released again.
Whenever I hear opponents of the death penalty talk about possible innocent people being executed, I always remember that thousands of innocent people have been murdered by paroled killers.
The liberals want to “thin the herd” through legislation (birth control, abortion), but if they want conservatives onboard, they can start with the prison population that are in for murder, rape, and violence against children.