Advocate wants fair hearing for convict
An advocate for incarcerated veterans wants the chairman of the Parole Board prevented from being part of the hearing for a convicted murderer.
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#1 Sep 13, 2008
Parole Board In any state,are nothing but
jokes that are paid by there state,they care nothing about inmates,And if they are INDIANS well they keep them in prison,prisons make money from there state,and tax payers,and those call Psychiatry doc,are full of BS,they work for the state,they make up lies to keep Veterans in prison,Indians or not,becouse the co call doc stayed in school so they wouldnt have to go to V-Nam or anywere eles they are cowards,hell they would put there Mothers in prison!its time to let our Veterans out Prison,they have gone through hell for this county,while the parole board and so call psyciatry doc set on there ass,and let someone else do the durty work for american!you can go to Hell.
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