Convicted Murderer Jack Sackrider Denied Parole

Convicted Murderer Jack Sackrider Denied Parole 

Convicted murderer Jack Sackrider was denied parole last week.  In 2001, Sackrider was convicted of second degree murder for the 1999 killing of Tina Ray Foligno in Amador County.   On July 28, 1999, Foligno told friends that she was going to Sackrider’s Fiddletown residence to end their relationship and collect her things.  She told her friend that if she didn’t return, to come look for her. Her body was found days later in a mine shaft.   At last week’s parole hearing, Sackrider was found to still be a risk to public safety if released.   The decision was based upon his lack of insight into his violent nature, specifically towards women, the lack of responsibility for the murder and his unrealistic plans for transition if released.  This was Sackrider’s second denial for release and he’s not eligible for parole reconsideration for another 5 years.

Written by KVGC Staff

 

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