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Life After Prison-Floyd LaFountain Released After Recent Court Decisions

In February, Floyd LaFountain was released from prison after a series of U.S. and Florida Supreme Court decisions that declared it unconstitutional to give juveniles life sentences. When LaFountain was 16, he and two other acquaintances broke into an elderly Tampa man’s home during an attempted robbery and one of those acquaintances, Kyle Moran, shot and killed the homeowner. LaFountain was sentenced to life for his role in the crime but was released after serving 22 years. The Tampa Bay Times looks at LaFountain’s life after prison and the reaction of the victim’s son who still lives in the area. (July 5, 2017) JAMES BORCHUCK | Times Staff.

Source: Tampa Bay Times

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