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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Victor Escarcida
A former Washington state policeman convicted of kidnapping and murdering a young Illinois girl more than a half-century ago was sentenced Monday to life in prison.
Before the sentencing, a prosecutor, Victor Escarcida, said that McCullough had "left a lifetime of emotional wreckage in his wake."
"Jack McCullough made Sycamore a scary place," Mr. Escarcida said.