Elizabeth Turpin looks downward while commenting to the parole board during her parole hearing at Western Kentucky Correctional Complex in Fredonia Wednesday. Turpin was convicted in 1986 for the murder of her husband. The board said they would notify her on Monday.  Photo by Stephen Lance Dennee
Elizabeth Turpin looks downward while commenting to the parole board during her parole hearing at Western Kentucky Correctional Complex in Fredonia Wednesday. Turpin was convicted in 1986 for the murder of her husband. The board said they would notify her on Monday. Photo by Stephen Lance Dennee Stephen Lance Dennee
Elizabeth Turpin looks downward while commenting to the parole board during her parole hearing at Western Kentucky Correctional Complex in Fredonia Wednesday. Turpin was convicted in 1986 for the murder of her husband. The board said they would notify her on Monday. Photo by Stephen Lance Dennee Stephen Lance Dennee

Board denies parole for Elizabeth Turpin in husband's murder

February 22, 2011 12:00 AM

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