Parole Denied To Kansas Trooper's Killer
July 13, 2012
The Kansas Prisoner Review Board denied parole to George Rainey, who shot and killed a Kansas Highway Patrol trooper in 1981, reports the Topeka Capital-Journal.
Rainey, 53, was sentenced to life in prison for first-degree murder in the July 11, 1981, gunshot slaying in Butler County of Ferdinand F. "Bud" Pribbenow, 47, a married father of four daughters.
Rainey ambushed Pribbenow during a traffic stop, fatally shooting the trooper in the chest. Rainey took Pribbenow's service weapon and led officers on a pursuit that ended in gunfire. Rainey was taken into custody after officers returned fire, striking him several times.
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melvin @ 7/13/2012 9:26 PM
He should of been killed years ago. This cop killer will burn eternally in hell after he dies in prison. No parole for this piece of garbage.
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