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SALEM, OR -- A man convicted of murdering a woman jogger near Camp Sherman has failed for the fourth time to win release from prison. 70 year old Roger Beck asked the Oregon Board of Parole to rule he was likely to be rehabilitated but the board said no. The Oregonian reports the board decided Beck has failed to accept responsibility for his role in the murder of 35 year old Kaye Turner which happened on Christmas Eve Day 1978 near Camp Sherman. The parole board found Beck has continued to deny responsibility and has been promoting a conspiracy theory involving six different people, which they ruled shows Beck does not have the maturity or stability to be released.

 

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