Parole has been denied for a woman involved in a 1982 Georgia abduction.
It only took about one minute for Alabama parole officials to deny parole to Judith Ann Neelley who was just 18 in 1982.
Neelley and her husband abducted 13 year old Lisa Ann Millican from a mall in Rome, Georgia. They brutalized her injecting her with drain cleaner before fatally shooting her.
Originally Neelley was sentenced to the electric chair but her death sentence was commuted.
At her hearing, former district attorney, Mike O’Dell testified that Neelley killed for simple sport.
She will be eligible for parole consideration again in 2028.