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'A Story of Redemption'

Victim's family convinces governor to spare Hill's life

0 Comments · Tuesday, February 17, 2009
Jeffrey Hill was set to be executed on March 3 for murdering his mother in Cincinnati. But Ohio Gov. Ted Strickland followed the recommendation of the Adult Parole Board, as he's done with all other death penalty cases during his tenure, and now Hill won't be killed. The parole board voted unanimously to commute Hill's death sentence to life in prison with eligibility for parole in 25 years, and board members went out of their way to detail their unusual reasoning.  

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