Thursday, August 23, 2007

George Wallace's Shooter to Be Released

BALTIMORE -- Arthur Bremer, who shot and paralyzed Alabama Gov. George Wallace in 1972, will be released from prison this year, an official said Thursday.

Bremer, who turned 57 this week, is scheduled for release Dec. 16 but likely will be out earlier as he continues to accumulate credits for good behavior and for working as a prison clerk, said Rae Sheeley, a case management specialist at the Maryland Correctional Institute-Hagerstown, where Bremer is being held.

Bremer was sentenced to 53 years in prison for shooting Wallace and three bystanders at a presidential campaign stop in Laurel, Md., on May 15, 1972. He has served 35 years of that sentence.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey who put up the picture of jack nicholson?

8:25 AM  

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