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October 18, 2017
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The daughters of an Amesville man convicted of killing their mother stopped in Athens
(2007-06-20)
(WOUB) - The daughters of an Amesville man convicted of killing their mother stopped in Athens Wednesday one day after their father spoke out about the efforts to keep him in prison.

The Ohio Parole Board recommended that 64 ear old William Clumm be paroled after serving 30 years of a life sentence for killing his wife, Francine Spain Clumm, and dumping her body in a creek near Athens.

In an interview with WCMH television in Columbus yesterday, Clumm expressed sadness that his daughter Andrea and stepdaughter Janna Manes are fighting his parole.

Clumm also says he's innocent.

His daughters says Clumm is lying.
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