In this Nov. 1, 2012 file photo provided by the Iowa Department of Corrections is Rasberry Williams who is serving a life sentence for fatally shooting an acquaintance over a $30 debt outside a ... more 
In this Nov. 1, 2012 file photo provided by the Iowa Department of Corrections is Rasberry Williams who is serving a life sentence for fatally shooting an acquaintance over a $30 debt outside a Waterloo, Iowa, pool hall in 1974. A year after the governor took the rare step of granting parole eligibility to a convicted murderer serving a life sentence, the state parole board has signaled that it may let him taste freedom again after 39 years behind bars. The Iowa Board of Parole has requested an interview with 67-year-old in April, 2014, which typically signals “a high probability that some type of releasing action may result,” according to the board’s website. (AP Photo/Iowa Department of Corrections, File) less 
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Associated Press | Photo By Iowa Department of Corrections, File
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