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A convicted murderer was sentenced to 30 years with no parole in prison last week for robbing a downtown Little Rock bank in May.

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Arkansas, Pages 14 on 12/13/2012

Print Headline: Man gets 30 years in prison for Centennial Bank holdup

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  • Grannycares
    December 13, 2012 at 1:43 p.m.

    What is wrong with our justice system? Hill was convicted of first degree murder in 1992. The article doesn't say how many years he served. In 2007 he was acquitted on a car-jacking charge but subsequently charged with being a felon in possession of a firearm. He was sentenced to 13 years in prison - but paroled in 2010! In February 2011, he was charged with cocaine possession and having fictitious license plates on his car, but those charges were dropped when he was sentenced last week for armed bank robbery in May 2011. Who knows what else he did during his time out of jail/prison for which he was never caught. Obviously, he was not rehabilitated in prison. Why was this guy back on the streets in 2010? The parol board or someone in our justice system needs to answer for this.

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