Denial of Parole – Inmate Kenneth Seguin
RE: Denial of Parole – Inmate Kenneth Seguin (former Holliston resident).
In April of 1992 Kenneth Seguin brutally murdered his wife Polly, his son Danny (age 7), and daughter Amy (age 5). On February 4, 1993 Seguin was convicted by a jury of three counts of second degree murder and sentenced to serve life in prison for his wife’s murder, and two concurrent life sentences for his children on and after the first sentence.
On March 6, 2012 Seguin had his second parole hearing during his incarceration. The Massachusetts Parole Board rendered their decision on May 15, 2013 and it reads as follows, “After careful consideration of all relevant facts, including the nature of the underlying offense, the views of the public as expressed at the hearing or in written submissions to the Board, the inmate’s criminal history, institutional record and program involvement while incarcerated, we conclude the inmate is not a suitable candidate for parole. Parole is denied with a review in five years. The decision is unanimous.”
The full text of the Board’s Decision will be available in the near future on the Massachusetts Parole Board website.