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SALEM, OR -- A man convicted of the double murder of a Terrebonne couple, Rod and Lois Houser, has been denied parole. 51 year old Mark Wilson had asked the board to release him this year, on grounds he was capable of rehabilitation. The Oregonian reports Wilson had supporters, including Deschutes County D-A John Hummel, who testified Wilson was capable of rehabilitation. Houser’s family fought the idea of early release arguing Wilson should serve the 40 year sentence he agreed to. In denying Wilson’s request, the parole board set a new release date of January 9th 2027.  

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