Inmate, 77, considered 'too old to be a threat' is freed from prison after serving 25 years for murdering his wife and goes on to kill a second woman in an identical knife attack in front of her children | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Inmate, 77, considered 'too old to be a threat' is freed from prison after serving 25 years for murdering his wife and goes on to kill a second woman in an identical knife attack in front of her children

Albert Flick, 77, was convicted of murdering Kimberly Dobbie, 48, on Wednesday
Last year, he stabbed Dobbie 11 times outside a laundromat in Lewiston, Maine
Her two sons were watching and the attack was caught on surveillance cameras
In 1979, Flick was jailed for 25 years for stabbing his wife 14 times in front of their daughter
He was released in 2004 then went back to jail in 2010 for assaulting another woman
But in 2014, a judge released him on the grounds that he was not a threat
He will now no doubt spend the rest of his life behind bars

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