Friday, July 15, 2011
Charles Limbrick, described as "one of the youngest killers in Colorado Springs’ history," has been released from prison after nearly 23 years behind bars. — ending a grueling effort to free him by lawyers, politicians and the man who oversaw his prosecution. Limbrick was sentenced to life in prison in with the possibility of parole at age 15. He is reported to have "kept a good record in prison and became active in prison ministry, sang in the prison choir and recorded Christian music CDs." See story here.