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No chance of parole for Hanson in teen's 1998 slaying

3:27 PM, Mar. 4, 2014
The family of Chad McLean watches as Peter Hanson is sentenced on Feb. 27 to life in prison without chance of parole for McLean's homicide in the town of Abrams of 1998.
The family of Chad McLean watches as Peter Hanson is sentenced on Feb. 27 to life in prison without chance of parole for McLean's homicide in the town of Abrams of 1998.
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A former Oconto Falls man will spend the rest of his life in prison for killing a Green Bay teen in 1998.

Judge Michael T. Judge cited the heinous nature of the crime and a long history of criminal behavior by Peter Hanson in handing down the sentence in Oconto County Circuit Court.

"I want to ensure the defendant is confined so that the public is protected from him, so there will be no other sort of mayhem, harm, injury, emotional trauma or loss, ever caused by him on this earth again," Judge said. ...

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