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Child killer wants freedom

Posted by Sandra On July - 16 - 2010

Duane Edward Taylor has spent most of the past 33 years in prison. Loose on the streets of Kingston for 11 days in 1981, he raped and murdered a two-year-old girl.

Now 49, he wants out of prison again.

“I don’t have any skills but I like animals,” Taylor told two National Parole Board members at a hearing last week in Saskatoon, where he appealed for his freedom.

READ MORE HERE:

http://www.kingstonwhigstandard.com/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2662870

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  1. Rob Says:

    I’m the author of the story at the link above.

    You’d be better off to link to the story at my crime blog:

    http://www.cancrime.com/2010/07/10/eleven-days-to-murder-a-child-sex-killers-deadly-countdown/

    Since links at thewhig.com disappear after a while.

    My crime blog also features more photos.

    Posted on July 16th, 2010 at 3:03 pm

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