For the sixth time, John Crump is trying to get parole. But, the NRA is fighting to keep him behind bars. Candyce Clifft has more from Jefferson City...
The NRA led a rally on the Missouri capitol steps to try to protest Crump's parole. Crump was given to two life sentences for a double murder in 1959. George Barr was one of those murdered by Crump, and Barr's wife, Sue Jarvis, spoke at the rally...
Jarvis says she is thankful for the Missouri law that informs victims' families of when the criminal is coming up for parole. Crump's parole hearing is set for December 12. From the state captiol, I'm Candyce Clifft.
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