Mercer County Teen Sentenced To Life In Prison

A Mercer County teenager learns how long he'll spend in prison.

19-year old Lee Anderson was sentenced today to life without parole for 25 years.

He plead guilty last month to murder and robbery.

Anderson killed 72-year old Louise Pulliam in her home in Harrodsburg.

During today's sentencing, Anderson admits he made a "terrible mistake."

He was 17-years-old at the time of the murder.

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  • by Peggy Location: Ky on Nov 14, 2007 at 09:56 AM
    Look Michelle,I have a very close family member in prison for murdering someone.Dont even tell me I would know he's a good kid.I thought the same thing about my family member.It's hard to swallow when you think you know someone and they turn out to be a vicious murderer.I'm really sorry for the hurt you feel...I-hell,my whole family are still feeling that pain,years later.My family member claimed she didn't know what she was doing,either.Took her years to take on the responsiblilties of her actions and even to admit she killed this person.I dont want to hear any crap about what a good person this 'kid' is!
  • by Michelle Location: Harrodsburg on Nov 13, 2007 at 10:24 PM
    If you actually knew Lee you would know that he was a good kid, i was firends with him. What he did was wrong but he didnt even realize he did it. So dont start judging someone just by what you see on tv
  • by Debbie Location: Harrodsburg on Nov 13, 2007 at 03:39 PM
    Justice was not served. Life without parole should have been the sentence. The man was old enough to know what he was doing when he killed Mrs. Pulliam. This was a very nice lady trying to help him and he killed her in cold blood.
  • by Peggy Location: ky on Nov 13, 2007 at 03:17 PM
    It makes no difference how old he was when he murdered this woman.It's in his heart.When someone takes another life,why should the victims family have to support them while they lay around in prison for the next 20 years?I just saw on the news he said he knew he had made a 'terrible mistake'.Oh,really.Is that what he calls maliciously stabbing this woman to death-a mistake?What a waste of life.
  • by amanda Location: harrodsburg on Nov 13, 2007 at 07:56 AM
    He should get life with out porlae and thay should do to hem what thay did to that women.


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