Tallahasport Correctional Center, Florida, prison where Florida State University psychology professor John J. McClure died last week, is currently holding a parole hearing for one of the state’s highest-profile murderers.
McClure, who was convicted in the 1990 murder of his wife and her three-year-old son in the middle of the night, was on parole for his murder conviction.
He had been freed in 2003 but was re-arrested in 2008 and sentenced to life in prison.
But he was able to get the Department of Corrections to grant him parole in 2013, after he completed a five-year probation program.
In 2014, McClure was able with a plea deal to be released from the prison in Tallahasisport, but the Department would not grant him the permission needed to leave prison and his parole hearing was postponed indefinitely.
This past April, however, McClures was granted parole and is now on the second year of a five year sentence for killing his wife, Mary, in their Tallahasedown home.
The Department of Correction confirmed to Breitbart News that McClure’s parole hearing will be held on August 16, 2019, but said that he will not be eligible for parole until after the completion of the sentence.
McLure’s attorney, Mark Clements, has previously stated that he is in the process of negotiating with the Department to allow McClure to be freed.
Clements has indicated that McClures will be allowed to leave the prison as long as he is supervised and given counseling.
However, it appears that McClurer will not have the freedom to leave after the prison has begun to prepare for his parole.
He will need to be accompanied by an attorney for the duration of his parole in order to receive a sentence.
In addition, McClurer has been placed in solitary confinement in solitary, which is a form of isolation that is prohibited by law.
The Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) has indicated in a news release that McClured is in violation of Florida’s strict guidelines for the placement of inmates with mental illness.
In addition, the FDLE noted that the Department is currently reviewing the Florida Department’s handling of the death of John J., a former prison guard who was found dead in his cell in January 2019.
It is unclear if any of the Department’s current mental health professionals were involved in his death.
McCLure’s death, along with the recent death of former inmate John A. Hargrave, was cited by the State Attorney General as evidence of the department’s failure to protect its citizens.
In December, Florida Gov.
Rick Scott ordered the FD LE to conduct a “detailed review” of the corrections department’s handling and response to McClure and Hargrake’s deaths, after they were cited as examples of the “serious failings” at the Department in the wake of the Hargave and McClure deaths.
The FDLE is currently conducting a thorough review of the handling of McClure/Hargrave and its response to their deaths, as well as a review of all other inmates in its custody.
The following is a statement from the FDLET regarding McClure, Hargrey, and Hesse:The Department has a strong track record of protecting the rights of inmates, and we will continue to take actions to protect our staff, inmates, staff and our communities.
We are committed to making sure that our people and the safety of our citizens are always our first priority.