Friday, July 25, 2008
Parole Could Have Been Revoked for Person of Interest in Hudson Case
Murderer William Balfour, a person of interest in the murders of Jennifer Hudson's mother, brother and nephew, could have been revoked before the killings.
According to the papers, when Balfour was pulled over on June 19, police allegedly found cocaine on the driver's seat of the car and he was subsequently arrested. But a parole supervisor declined to issue a warrant to revoke his parole.
Officials determined that "the evidence that was presented during that time wouldn't have necessarily warranted a violation." A judge dismissed the charge in July.
If it would have been determined a violation, Balfour could have been sent back to prison until May of next year. I hope he will pay his crime.