BEND, OR -- The 1987 murders of Rod and Lois Houser is considered one of the most brutal and senseless murders in Deschutes county history. District Attorney John Hummel told the Oregon Parole Board last week, he believes convicted murderer Mark James Wilson is capable of rehabilitation. Hummel says he understands the Houser family’s pain and suffering because of the terrible crime. He says however, the only question before the board was whether Wilson is capable of rehabilitation. Hummel says during 32 years in prison, Wilson completed all alcohol, drug and mental treatment programs…started a Hospice program, and…got a degree from the University of Oregon. The Parole Board is expected to rule next month on Wilson's request to be released.