Clinton’s co-defendant, David Page, was up for parole after having served 17 years in prison of his 30-year sentence. Two years ago, Page’s parole request was denied due to the nature of the offense he was convicted for; aggravated kidnapping.
However, on October 12, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles denied Page’s parole request again. Their denial was based on number 2D: the nature of the offense. The nature of the offense means that the record indicates the instant offense has elements of brutality, violence, assaultive behavior, or conscious selection of victim’s vulnerability indicating a conscious disregard for the lives, safety, or property of others, such that the offender poses a continuing threat to public safety.
David Page will be up for parole again in November 2020. For more information about this and to follow Page’s parole process, please click here.