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A 77-year-old man who spent decades in prison for stabbing his wife to death in 1979 was convicted this week for committing nearly the exact same crime after his release.
The Sun Journal reports that Albert Flick was convicted Wednesday in the fatal 2018 stabbing of Kimberly Dobbie in front of her twin children. Flick stabbed Dobbie 11 times in broad daylight in front of a laundromat, which caught the murder on surveillance cameras.
The article goes on to state the following:
Prosecutors said Flick knew Dobbie and was obsessed with her, often following her and dining at the homeless shelter where she was staying. The two knew each other but did not have a relationship. The assistant attorney general said Flick killed Dobbie because she was planning to leave town.
Flick didn’t give a reason for the murder, his defense attorney said. The jury found Flick guilty after less than an hour of deliberation.
When a judge sentenced Albert Flick to prison for assault in 2010, he said Flick would be too old to pose a threat by the time he was released, despite a history of violence against women.
4 years after release, Flick was charged in another woman’s death. https://t.co/2roXtCPZwK
— CNN (@CNN) July 19, 2019
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