Serial killer’s letter highlights Oklahoma’s county jail backlog problem

A letter from a man described as a serial killer to the Cleveland County judge who sentenced him to life in prison last fall illustrates the state’s ongoing battle with what prison officials call county jail backlog.

BY ANDREW KNITTLE Published: January 20, 2013
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NORMAN — A letter from a convicted murderer to the Cleveland County judge who sentenced him to life in prison last fall illustrates the state’s ongoing battle with what prison officials call county jail backlog.

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