Seattle Man Gets 20 Years for 1994 Murder of Officer, Can Be Paroled in a Few Years
May 29, 2008
Family and fellow officers of a Seattle policeman who was shot to death almost 14 years ago packed a courtroom for what they hoped would be the last time Tuesday to see a man sentenced once again for the 1994 murder.
Quentin Ervin, now 31, could now go free in just a few years after receiving a 20-year prison term -- most of which he's already served -- in the killing of Officer Antonio Terry on a darkened freeway ramp.
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ROB ROY @ 6/1/2008 12:44 PM
How the hell did this POS not get the death penalty? Again in the land of the liberals!!!
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