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NH killer in 1991 Smart trial seeks time with wife
William “Billy” Flynn was 16 when he was charged with shooting to death the husband of Pamela Smart, who was his lover and an employee of the school he attended.
Flynn and a friend, Patrick Randall, who held Smart’s husband at knifepoint, were convicted of second-degree murder.
The New Hampshire Department of Corrections kept the inmates separate by having Flynn incarcerated in Maine while Randall served his sentence in New Hampshire.
“We basically stated that William Flynn has been discipline-free over 15 years and completed all programs and treatment required of him,” New Hampshire corrections spokesman Jeff Lyons said.
Flynn’s bid to be furloughed comes amid renewed interest in the Pamela Smart case.
Smart, who is serving life in prison without the possibility of parole, has maintained her innocence and said that Flynn was responsible for the murder.
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