A string of homicides allegedly committed by five Pennsylvania men
following their release from prison prompted an investigation by the
state’s corrections department last month. Despite concerns, Professor Daniel Lee, from the IUP Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice, cautioned
against jumping to conclusions.
The five parolees were
charged with committing a total of six homicides over a two-month
period. Lee said that it’s important to examine the
circumstances that led to the six alleged homicides.
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