Thursday, August 09, 2007

MAN SERVING TIME IN MAKING AMENDS CASE TO BE RELEASED

William Beebe is scheduled to be released from prison on September 17, after serving six months of an 18- month jail sentence. Beebe was sentenced to serve the 18 months in jail after pleading guilty to one count of aggravated sexual battery against Liz Seccuro, a woman he had attacked 20 years earlier when both were students at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.

Beebe, a recovering alcoholic, had written to Seccuro to apologize for the decades-old assault. She contacted the authorities, saying that she had forgiven Beebe but still desired justice.

You can a read news reports about Beebe's impending parole at Early release: Beebe to go free next month and Parole in sex assault case stirs ire.

Earlier posts on the blog about the case appear at SOUND OFF: MAKING AMENDS, MAN SENTENCED IN MAKING AMENDS CASE, and SOUND OFF: MAKING AMENDS II.

No comments:

Is employer responsible for expense if I might leave?

Every couple of years, Lil (not her real name, but let's call her "Lil") has to renew her professional license with her s...