Ragland Set To Be Released Today

Convicted killer Shane Ragland will be a free man. Thursday morning, the 34-year old is scheduled to turn in his electronic monitoring anklet.

Tuesday, Ragland pleaded guilty to second degree manslaughter in the 1994 shooting death of UK football player Trent DiGiuro.

Ragland was given credit for time already served.

The DiGiuros still have a civil case pending against Ragland.

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  • by Patty Location: Berea on Aug 30, 2007 at 09:28 AM
    It is a shame the court system in Kentucky is ran by money and politics. But, time and time again it is a proven fact. A murder case is more likely to walk than a drug related case. Operation UNITE is doing a great job in this state don't get me wrong but, cold blooded MURDER and admitting to it and you walk give me a break. It is not about being black and poor the same goes for someone who is white and poor also. Or not so well off to post a million dollar bond.
  • by j Location: lex on Aug 30, 2007 at 08:23 AM
    Money talks and I think the supreme court and Ray Larson got paid off.He killed a guy but oh let him have his life.
  • by Dorothy Location: Lexington on Aug 30, 2007 at 07:46 AM
    What a tragedy that this rich young man gets away with murder. If he was black or poor he'd be about ready for his injection!
  • by T Location: Frankfort on Aug 30, 2007 at 06:42 AM
    The message I get is commit your crimes in Kentucky - you can buy your way out!
  • by B Location: Frankfort on Aug 30, 2007 at 06:26 AM
    Its about time, We know how his family feels. We've been through the system and its a joke. Good luck to the Ragland Family.
  • by RR Location: LEX on Aug 30, 2007 at 06:08 AM
    I am incerdibly discusted with this entire trial. Some one once told me he would walk on this because he had the money and influence to get off. I maintained my faith in the legal system. I truely believed that there was no way this >>>>>>would get away with this. Guess I was wrong. I hope beyond hope no one ever employs or assists him so that at least in some sence he can pay for the rest of his life.
  • by Betty Location: Versailles on Aug 30, 2007 at 04:56 AM
    Money talks


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