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Men denied parole in 2004 Schenectady shooting death

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Two teens who pleaded guilty to a 2004 Schenectady drug-related killing when they were only 15 years old have been denied parole, according to state officials and transcripts. Tiheem Morris, now 24, who admitted to pulling the trigger in the October 2004 killing of Thomas Oeser, was denied just this month on his first attempt at parole. His co-defendant, Brandin Brown, also now 24, was denied in April on his second trip before the state ...


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