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Defendant in vat death denied parole

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — One of the six Wisconsin men convicted of killing a paper mill co-worker in 1992 has been denied parole a second time.

Sixty-four-year-old Rey Moore is serving a life prison term for the death of Tom Monfils, whose body was found in a pulp vat at a Green Bay paper mill. Moore’s case is still under appeal.

A second defendant was denied parole earlier this month. Another defendant has a parole hearing in March.

According to WLUK-TV, two others aren’t yet eligible for parole and a sixth defendant was released in 2001 after a federal judge ruled there was insufficient evidence in the case.

Prosecutors say Monfils was murdered after he reported one of the co-worker’s plans to steal an extension cord from the plant.

Information from: WLUK-TV,

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