Tina Hickey Powell, 52-years-old, appeared before 2 members the Kentucky Parole Board at her parole hearing in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women in Pewee Valley, Ky., Wednesday, April 13, 2011. In 1986, Powell received a sentence of Life without the possibility of Parole for 25 years after being convicted of murdering 5 people in Lexington. The Parole Board members questioning Powell during the morning hearing were Larry Chandler and Shannon Jones. They deferred the decision to the full Parole Board on Monday. Charles Bertram | Staff
Tina Hickey Powell, 52-years-old, appeared before 2 members the Kentucky Parole Board at her parole hearing in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women in Pewee Valley, Ky., Wednesday, April 13, 2011. In 1986, Powell received a sentence of Life without the possibility of Parole for 25 years after being convicted of murdering 5 people in Lexington. The Parole Board members questioning Powell during the morning hearing were Larry Chandler and Shannon Jones. They deferred the decision to the full Parole Board on Monday. Charles Bertram | Staff
Tina Hickey Powell, 52-years-old, appeared before 2 members the Kentucky Parole Board at her parole hearing in the Kentucky Correctional Institution for Women in Pewee Valley, Ky., Wednesday, April 13, 2011. In 1986, Powell received a sentence of Life without the possibility of Parole for 25 years after being convicted of murdering 5 people in Lexington. The Parole Board members questioning Powell during the morning hearing were Larry Chandler and Shannon Jones. They deferred the decision to the full Parole Board on Monday. Charles Bertram | Staff

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