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Parole denied to convicted serial rapist of Fort Gordon soldiers’ wives



A convicted serial rapist who targeted wives of Fort Gordon soldiers will not be getting out of prison for at least another year.

The Georgia Board of Pardons and Paroles notified the Columbia County District Attorney’s office Tuesday, May 3, that the board decided not to grant parole to Willie ...

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  1. How dare these people! When you are sentenced to 5 consecutive life-in-prision sentences plus 40 years, you should have to DIE in prison 5 times, then serve another 40 years before you are released! Does this mean the parole board’s job is to put dangerous people back into society to harm all of us?

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