Man convicted of killing his family objects to parole conditions
Posted at: 08/18/2012 11:32 AM
By: Associated Press | WHEC.com
A man who was a teenage honors student when he killed his family and a neighbor in 1985 has refused to accept parole conditions that could have gotten him out of prison next week.
John Justice fatally stabbed his parents and 13-year-old brother in their Kenmore, N.Y., home. Then he killed the neighbor in a car accident that was an apparent suicide attempt.
He's been scheduled for conditional release on Friday. But a corrections spokeswoman tells The Buffalo News that he won't get out unless he accepts the conditions.
It's the second time in recent years Justice is objecting to the terms of his release.
They include substance-abuse testing, travel restrictions, and granting his parole officer access to online accounts and electronic devices.