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In Parole Board’s work, few sure things

Freed killer’s rearrest prompts case review

Massachusetts Parole Board members Roger Michel and Candace Kochin conferred during a hearing this month on whether to grant parole to a man convicted of a 1973 murder. Massachusetts Parole Board members Roger Michel and Candace Kochin conferred during a hearing this month on whether to grant parole to a man convicted of a 1973 murder. (Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff)
By Jonathan Saltzman
Globe Staff / February 22, 2010

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NATICK - The sweet-voiced grandmother sat at a table before the Massachusetts Parole Board and said she was not the same woman who killed her sleeping 16-year-old daughter with a shotgun blast on Valentine’s Day in 1990. (Full article: 1409 words)

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