Sheila Eddy will receive credit for time already served when it comes to her sentence. This means she'll be eligible for parole on May 1, 2028.
Two weeks ago she pleaded guilty to first degree murder and admitted to killing Skylar Neese in 2012. Eddy was given a life sentence with mercy which is the reason why she'll have a chance for parole.
The judge also made it clear she may never be free again.
Rachel Shoaf is the second girl who's been convicted of killing Skylar. She pleaded guilty to second degree murder last year and is waiting to be sentenced.
Feb 10, 2014 at 10:57 AMFIRST degree murder should NEVER have parole. In fact, it should be capital punishment. It isn't the first time justice has not been served. WV needs to vote out liberals who oppose the death penalty for rapes and murder. How many times do we see child rapists go free to commit more rapes? Too many times to count. WV talks about all the increase in murder and rapes here but our pathetic legislators/leaders do NOTHING!!!
Feb 10, 2014 at 8:57 AMIf she is ever free, our judicial system will have failed us yet again. It is bad enough our tax dollars will be used to keep this creature alive, while spending time behind bars, that is an injustice in its own right.