A man described by prosecutors as a neo-Nazi skinhead who admitted to fatally stabbing his mother in 1995 is getting a new sentence.
A Pennsylvania appellate court ruled Monday that Bryan Freeman is entitled to a new sentence under a U.S. Supreme Court decision banning automatic life-without-parole terms for juvenile killers.
Bryan Freeman and his brother David Freeman were minors when they killed their parents in their Salisbury Township home.
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The ruling sends Bryan Freeman's case back for re-sentencing, with a decision on David Freeman's case likely to follow.
Lehigh County prosecutors say they expected the decision.
Prosecutors said Bryan Freeman stabbed his 48-year-old mother Brenda Freeman, and David Freeman bludgeoned their 54-year-old father Dennis Freeman. Their 11-year-old brother Erik was also fatally beaten.