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Convicted murderer Manibusan up for parole

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Convicted murderer Joseph Manibusan is scheduled to go up for parole this Thursday. Manibusan was convicted of three murders in the 1980's where he tortured shot the victims and linked to several others. 

He has also been in out of prison in the 1970's for multiple counts of burglary, car theft and manufacturing control substance as well as attempted escape. He is currently serving his life sentence with the chance of parole after 15 years. 

Manibusan's parole hearing is scheduled for this Thursday at 8:30am on the 5th floor of the DNA Building in Hagatna.

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