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Parole denied in 2 Green Bay murders

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) -- A Wisconsin board has denied parole for two men convicted in two unrelated Green Bay murders.

The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports the state's Earned Release Program board on Tuesday denied parole for 51-year-old Randolph Whiting.

Whiting was convicted of the 1983 murder of Margaret Anderson. Whiting was one of four motorcycle gang members associated with Anderson's death and was the only one convicted of her murder.

The board on Tuesday also denied parole for 47-year-old Michael Hirn. Hirn was one of six convicted in 1995 for his alleged involvement in the murder of Thomas Monfils in a paper mill.

A spokesman for the state Department of Corrections says Whiting won't be eligible again for parole until June 2013, while Hirn will be eligible in December 2012.


Information from: Green Bay Press-Gazette,

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