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Man Convicted of Murdering Young Girls is Denied Parole

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For the 14th time since he has been to prison, Randall Bachman is denied parole.

Bachman has been incarcerated in the Montana State Prison since 1977.

He was convicted of murdering two young Marion girls who were 9 and 11 in 1973.

Wednesday at the parole hearing, family members of the girls gave their testimony saying why he should remain behind bars.

Bachman also spoke, saying he was hoping to be given entry to a pre-release center.

"I've been haunted with what I've done every day in life for 40 years, that's never going to change, never going to go away," Bachman said. "I can't change what I did. I can't take away the pain."

Bachman will be eligible for parole in six years.

His next parole hearing will be in October of 2019.

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