AURORA, Colo. (KDVR) — A man convicted and re-sentenced in the “1998 Labor Day Massacre” in Aurora is now applying to get out of jail in a few years.
Five months ago, days before Christmas, Alexander Pogosyan was re-sentenced to five consecutive sentences life with the possibility of parole in the deaths of five people. The loved ones of his victims thought, with credit and time served, the earliest Pogosyan could get out was 17 years, but days ago, they got a letter telling them otherwise.
“I don’t know if I’m more shocked, angry or sad. There’s just so many emotions to process,” Kayle Reichert said.
Reichert was 7 years old the day her mother and brother were killed in the massacre.
“I will always remember my mom laying on the ground. Blood…
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