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Lincoln judge rules murderer's drawings be released

A Lincoln judge has ruled that drawings from a convicted murderer's cell can be released. The drawings found in John Joubert's cell back in the 1980's will be handed over to Mark Pettit--author of the book "A need to Kill," and former Omaha news anchor. Nebraska Watchdog's Joe Jordan says Pettit will be allowed to "inspect, examine and reproduce" the drawings. Joubert died in Nebraska's electric chair in 1996 after confessing to the 1983 slayings of 12-year-old Christopher Walden and 13-year-old Danny Joe Eberle. He also admitted to killing 11-year-old Richard Stetson of Portland, Maine in 1982.
The Joubert case is just one topic from our weekly conversation with Nebraska Watchdog's Joe Jordan. Hear what he has to say about the latest in the inmate release story, tomorrow in our close up program right here on 1230KHAS.

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