June 22, 2017 Posted by Daryl Johnson in White Supremacist Movement

KNOXVILLE, [TN]--A Knox County man convicted of murdering his mother in a high-profile cold case is now up for parole after just a few years in prison. The cold case of the September 1986 stabbing death of Bobbie Lou Hill was finally cracked in 2012 with the arrest of her only son, Billy Ray Hill. A jury convicted Billy Ray Hill in 2014 of second degree murder and he was sentenced to 24 years in prison with a minimum sentence of 20 years. Cold case coverage focuses heavily on the years of work to make an arrest and then convict the criminal. Sending a convict to prison may seem like a tidy conclusion, but the reality is years of work are still required to keep the criminal behind bars. Billy Ray Hill's file shows he is affiliated with the Aryan Nations prison gang and was recently written up for possession of a deadly weapon. View More>>

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