William Bennett, an inmate at Kentucky State Penitentiary, is shown being interviewed at the facility in La Grange, Ky. on Oct 20, 2011.    Bennett was convicted 18 years ago of killing Fayette County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Angelucci  and his case will be reviewed by a parole board this month.  (AP Photo/The Lexington Herald-Leader,  David Perry)
William Bennett, an inmate at Kentucky State Penitentiary, is shown being interviewed at the facility in La Grange, Ky. on Oct 20, 2011. Bennett was convicted 18 years ago of killing Fayette County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Angelucci and his case will be reviewed by a parole board this month. (AP Photo/The Lexington Herald-Leader, David Perry) AP
William Bennett, an inmate at Kentucky State Penitentiary, is shown being interviewed at the facility in La Grange, Ky. on Oct 20, 2011. Bennett was convicted 18 years ago of killing Fayette County Sheriff's Deputy Joseph Angelucci and his case will be reviewed by a parole board this month. (AP Photo/The Lexington Herald-Leader, David Perry) AP

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