Wilcox to be released on May 28
The Georgia Corrections and Parole Board announced Wednesday that E. Keller Wilcox Jr., who has served more than 25 years in prison for the 1972 murder of Hellen Griffin Hanks, will be released on parole May ...
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#1 May 30, 2008
I attended Admiral Farragut Academy and Lt. E.K. Wilcox guided me to become a Radford Cadet and on the Honor Team. I will afirm to his character and his devotion to fire fighting while very saddly serving 25 years for a crime he did not commit.
I was 30 miles from Reidsville, GA where EK 25 years of his life. I wanted to thank him personally for helping me be the person I am today. Very truly standing on the prison ground where EK lived with zero freedom... I was told he is now a free man !!!!!!!!!!
Live long EK and enjoy this new world with happiness and live in peace.
#2 May 30, 2008
think Helen Hanks family will have a different view about Keller the Killer
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