Parole Board Decides To Set 75-Year-Old Man Free After Acquittal On Murder Charges In 1966 Police Shooting
Attorneys for the 75-year-old man held in prison for nearly two years after his his acquittal on murder charges in a 1966 police shooting say he could be home in a matter of days.
The Pennsylvania parole board is fighting a judge’s recommendation to release an elderly man who remains behind bars nearly two years after his acquittal on murder charges.
A federal judge is being asked to release from prison an elderly man who was acquitted on murder charges in the death of a Philadelphia police officer, he shot 46-years ago. The State Parole Board has two weeks to file an objection.