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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    One of New Zealand's youngest murderers -- who shot his caregiver in the head as did a jigsaw -- has been granted parole after eight years behind bars

    One of New Zealand's youngest murderers -- who shot his caregiver in the head as did a jigsaw -- has been granted parole after eight years behind bars


    Jordan Nelson was 13 when he murdered Rosemaree Kurth, at her home near New Plymouth in April 2012.

    The killer -- who's now 21 - was refused parole earlier this year.

    Nelson will be a free man on December 9, subject to strict conditions for five years.

    He'll be electronically monitored and banned from owning or using any firearm, explosive or ammunition.

    A number of other conditions will continue until mid-2030.

    © 2021 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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