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Barry Beach Going Back to Jail After MT Supreme Court Decision

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Breaking news this evening as Barry Beach will be going back to jail after the State Supreme Court overturned a judges order that released him from prison two years ago.

After a four to three ruling Beach will not be receiving a new trial after being granted one in 2011 after evidence had raised doubts about his guilt.

Beach who was currently living in Billings had been imprisoned in 1979 murder of a 17 year-old girl on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation with advocates feeling he had been wrongfully convicted.

Beach has reportedly not been taken into custody yet.  We will have extensive coverage on this story tomorrow.

 

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