SFTHH Exclusive: Jason Meduna may be Out of Jail Early
Houston (SFTHH) – Local Nebraska sources, close to SFTHH, have indicated that that convicted wild horse killer Jason Maduna , who allowed 70+ wild horses and burros to starve to death on his property in Morrill County Nebraska during early 2009, has been released from prison.
If accurate this is the second time this year that the Nebraska Court of Appeals has erred in the Maduna case and sentencing. In early January of 2011 the Nebraska Court of Appeals issued a ruling that upheld Maduna’s conviction on 145 counts of cruel neglect of an animal and likewise upheld his sentence of 40 months to 10 years in prison but for some reason, lacking any sense, decided to overrule his restriction from owning, possessing or residing with animals for 30 years once he is released.
This error was quickly overturned and Meduna was not scheduled to come up before the parole board until October of 2011.
Recent Nebraska documentation indicates that as of April 13th, 2011 Jason Meduna’s custody status was changed to ‘Community Release’.
SFTHH sources contacted the Nebraska Parole Board and asked whether correctional institutions can override the decisions of said board, as Meduna was not scheduled for review until October, and the source answered with a resounding “Yes”
SFTHH sources further reported that Meduna’s inmate records indicate that he has entered into a “Re-Entry Program” once released.
Further details will be relayed as this story develops.