Kimberly Nees Murder
HELENA — Supporters of convicted murderer Barry Beach, who is serving 100 years for the 1979 beating death of a classmate, presented a report to the Montana attorney general’s office Wednesday detailing what they believe are 12 points of misconduct concerning the case.
Centurion Ministries, the New Jersey-based group working to free convicted murderer Barry Beach from his 100-year no parole sentence, has released a 10-page letter following the June 11 decision by the Montana Board of Pardons and Parole denying a hearing on executive clemency for Beach.
DEER LODGE — Barry Beach didn’t attend Tuesday’s Board of Pardons and Parole meeting, but a number of his Billings friends did, as did supporters from around the state.
About 15 people met in the West End home of Kaye Corcoran on Friday night for their monthly meeting in support of Barry Beach, the man convicted of the 1979 murder of 17-year-old Kimberly Nees.