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Parole denied for man who murdered gay sailor in 1992

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Allen Schindler as Schindler’s mother Dorothy Hajdys, now Clausen, of Chicago, address a demonstration at the Pentagon protesting the ban on gays in the military, Monday, April 26, 1993, Washington, D.C., flanked by Allen Pemberton, holding up a photo of her son, and Jim Jennings. (Ron Edmonds/Associated Press) LOU CHIBBARO JR.  | Washington BladeCourtesy of National LGBT Media Association Allen Schindler Former Navy Airman Apprentice Terry M.

Helvey, the man who pleaded guilty to the 1992 murder of gay Navy sailor Allen Schindler, has been denied parole by a five-member U.S.

Parole Commission. The commissioner voted 4-1 on March 7 to deny the parole. Helvey was sentenced to life in prison for the murder, which occurred in a bathroom in Japan, where the two were stationed at the time.

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