Twenty years ago Carlos Namana was jailed for life after beating police officer Murray Stretch to death. In 1999 he was sentenced to life with a minimum non-parole period of 16 years but now he's been granted parole and is a free man. Reporter Kelly Makiha talks to those close to the case about whether they truly believe Namana is a changed man including the police officer's former partner about how she now feels about the man who killed the love of her life.

A retired inspector who helped put a man behind bars for 20 years for brutally beating

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Namana's parole conditions