Parole granted for Seattle’s most notorious mass murderer, Tony Ng

Parole granted for Seattle’s most notorious mass murderer, Tony Ng
File photo shows Tony Ng at a court hearing after the 1983 Wah Mee massacre.

The 1983 ‘Wa Me Massacre’ in Seattle’s International District still echoes in the minds of long-time Seattle residents. One of the three convicted killers, Tony Ng, was just granted parole by Washington correctional officials (the State’s Indeterminate Sentencing Review Board). John Carlson recounts the history of the chilling murder and robbery case of 13 people and the frustrating message the parole sends to homicidal criminals.