I remember so well the night of Sept. 16, 1985, when a Kenmore police officer came to my door informing me that my son had been killed. Now John Justice wants to get out of jail early. Are my son or Justice's parents and brother going to come out of their graves early?
In a Sept. 18 News article, John Nuchereno, Justice's attorney, stated: "John deserves consideration." For what? Attorney Joel Daniels stated: "He has served his time and paid his debt." With 13.5 years? He should never see the light of day again. Any person who kills should be sent to prison for life -- no ifs, ands or buts.
Daniels also stated, "John Justice is one of the brightest young men I've ever met." Bright people do not kill other people. This tactic of being placed in a psychiatric facility is just a step to get him back on the streets again. I hope the parole board sees the photos of the crime scene and the broken and burned body of my son, Wayne, before it makes its decision. I would like to thank Kenmore Police Chief Elmer Arnet for his input.
RONALD G. HAUN Orchard Park