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The youngest child in modern American history to be sentenced to life in prison is now back in jail, accused of violating his probation. Lionel Tate killed a six year old family friend in Florida back in nineteen ninety nine. He was just 12 at the time. A judge overturned his live conviction, clearing the way for a plea deal and his release in January. Tate had been under house arrest, but police say they found him in a Florida park at two thirty in the morning on Friday. They say the now 17 ye...
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