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Default Negro Who Killed WM Minneapolis Police Officer In 1981 Released To Halfway House


Man Who Killed Minneapolis Police Officer Released To Halfway House
July 10, 2018 at 6:40 pm

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) ó The man convicted of killing a Twin Cities police officer nearly 40 years ago walked out of prison Tuesday.

The state released Isaac Brown to a halfway house.

Brown served 37 years behind bars for shooting Minneapolis police officer Richard Miller in 1981.

Miller was just months shy of retirement when he died in the line of duty. The officerís widow did not want Brown freed.

After Miller was killed, the law changed.

Now anyone convicted of killing an officer has no chance at parole.

Brown will be in a halfway house for at least a year, heíll have another hearing to determine if he will be set free.

Tuesday was a very tough day for Millerís wife. She says Brown has never offered the family any words of remorse.


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