Iowa Murderer's Freedom Could Hinge on Townhall Meeting

The governor of Iowa is holding a rare public meeting today to discuss whether he should set free a convicted murderer serving a life sentence, who many believe is contrite and deserves a second chance. Rasberry Williams, 66, is serving a life sentence for the 1974 murder of Lester Givhan, a neighbor who owed Williams a $30 gambling debt. Williams waited for Givhan to leave a Waterloo, Iowa, pool hall where he shot him once before turning himself over to police. Already, the Iowa Board of...Full Story
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