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GRANTED. The parole of wife killer Jimmy Mintlow
has been granted by The Ohio Parole Board despite opposition from the
Montgomery County Ohio Prosecutor's Office, Block Parole, Inc, and citizens
across the world. In over ten years of advocacy work this is one of the
most irresponsible decisions we have seen by the Ohio Parole
We believe releasing Mintlow will present an incredible risk to the community.
Mintlow will be released on December 24, 2012.
you to everyone
who submitted a petition to block this parole.
Update: INMATE DECEASED. Wife
killer Jimmy Mintlow died in prison on December 10, 2012. He
passed away two weeks prior to his scheduled release date.
Mintlow has now fulfilled
his life sentence and justice has been served.
Minimum/ Maximum Sentence:
Jimmy Mintlow is serving
a sentence of 15-life for the offense of Murder. On May 14,
1989 police received a call from a 5-year-old child telling
Police responded to the home and found the victim lying on
the ground having been stabbed 44 times. The child was in the
room when the offense occurred and was able to tell police
that his father, Jimmy Mintlow, committed the crime. Mintlow
and the victim had been married for 6 years.
Immediately after the
went out for a meal. Mintlow then went on the run and was
caught and arrested in Cincinnati, Ohio. After his arrest
Mintlow told authorities he
killed his wife over a dispute on how to raise their
son. Mintlow pled guilty
to murder on November 27, 1989 and was sentenced to life in
The Parole Board last
heard Mintlow in March 2009 and he still refused
the fact that his wife was dead and/or that he caused her
Based on the brutal and
sadistic nature of Jimmy Mintlow's offense, and the fact he
still takes absolutely no responsibility
for his actions, we believe to further the interests of justice
and to protect society Jimmy Mintlow should serve his maximum
sentence of LIFE in prison.
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