Man in prison for 20-year-old killing denied parole again
HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A man in prison for the 1991 killing of a gay Houston man has again been denied parole.
John Buice stabbed Paul Broussard while out with other teens accused of going on a gay-bashing spree. Broussard died from his injuries and in 1992, Buice was convicted and sentenced to 45 years behind bars.
On Friday, a review panel of the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles voted to deny parole for Buice.
Just last year, Buice was granted parole, but based on evidence that remains confidential, the board reversed its decision.
Now, Buice has been denied another shot at freedom. He'll be eligible again in one year.
Buice is the last of 27-year-old Paul Broussard's killers left in prison.
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