HOUSTON – A Woodlands man who was recently granted parole after serving 20 years in prison for the hate-crime killing of Paul Broussard has had his parole withdrawn.
Jon Buice’s parole was withdrawn Tuesday afternoon after a parole board said they received new information not previously made available.
The ruling comes after his parole was granted late Friday. Buice was set to be released from prison in October.
In 1991, Buice and nine other teens, known as "The Woodlands 10," brutally murdered Broussard in what would become Houston’s most infamous gay-bashing hate crime.
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