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Crime He killed his parents and his sister 40 years ago. Should he get parole?

18:31  26 april  2018
18:31  26 april  2018 Source:   bostonglobe.com

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Convicted killer Alfred K. Brown at MCI Norfolk Prison in 1998. © Barry Chin/Globe Staff Convicted killer Alfred K. Brown at MCI Norfolk Prison in 1998. A Topsfield, Mass. man sentenced to a life in prison without parole for killing his mother, father, and sister when he was a teenager 40 years ago will appear before the state parole board on Thursday morning, prosecutors said.

Alfred Brown, who was 15 at the time of the murders, is set to appear before the board at its Natick headquarters at 10 a.m. Both the nation’s highest court and the Supreme Judicial Court have ruled juvenile brain development makes teenagers incapable of making adult decisions, and an adult sentence amounts to cruel and unusual punishment.

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Brown murdered his three family members on Jan. 27, 1978 with a .22-caliber rifle that his parents gave him for Christmas, according to court records.

A jury found Brown guilty of three counts of first-degree murder in February 1979. He was sentenced to life in prison without parole, but the terms of the sentence were adjusted due to the SJC 2014 ruling.

Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett’s office will oppose release for Brown, who is approximately 55 years old. Essex Assistant District Attorney Kim Faitella will present the state’s opposition to his parole, prosecutors said.

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