Slain trooper's father wants registered murderer list

Bill Kugelman wants bill requiring first-degree murderers to register whereabouts with police for 10 years after release


By Larissa Chinwah
Chicago Daily Herald

CHICAGO — The father of an Illinois State Police officer mowed down during a high speed police chase 25 years ago in Itasca, is imploring Gov. Pat Quinn to sign a bill requiring first-degree murderers to register their whereabouts with local law enforcement for 10 years after their release.

The state Senate unanimously approved the bill in May.

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