A man who stabbed a little boy to death 41 years ago and was twice paroled only to be sent back to prison was paroled Wednesday for a third time.
Fifty-five-year-old Antonio Laravie's latest release was approved on a 3-2 vote by the Nebraska Parole Board in Lincoln. Laravie was convicted of second-degree murder in the 1973 death of 2-year-old Chad Wilson in Niobrara. Laravie, from South Dakota, had broken into a home and stabbed the boy in his bedroom.
Chad's mother, Denise Wilson, appeared at the hearing and asked the board to keep Laravie behind bars.
Laravie has been paroled twice before, but was sent back to prison each time for drug and alcohol violations and for not complying with travel restrictions.
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