Alabama’s parole board is refusing to free a woman convicted of killing a 13 year old Georgia girl. The board denied parole for Judith Ann Neelley after an emotional testimony from Lisa Millican’s family. Neelley took Millican from a mall in Rome, Georgia in 1983 for her then-husband, Alvin, to rape.
Neelley then injected Millican with drain cleaner, shot her, then pushed her into a canyon. Neelley became eligible for parole consideration after Governor Fob James commuted her death sentence back in 1999. If she is ever freed, Neelley will be sent to Georgia for consecutive life sentence in a kidnapping case.