Convicted killer argues for parole hearing

He was convicted of the rape and murder of a Louisville gas station employee in 1982 and at age 17, he was given the death penalty in one of the city's most notorious crimes. That sentence was later changed to life without parole by former Kentucky Governor Paul Patton. Years later, Kevin Stanford is asking a judge for a parole hearing.
Published: 11:09 PM EDT March 25, 2019
Updated: 11:07 PM EDT March 25, 2019