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HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) -
A judge on Wednesday sentenced a man to life
in prison with the possibility of parole for the
1996 strangulation of a University of Pittsburgh professor.
Circuit Judge Richard Perkins handed down the mandatory term to
40-year-old Jason Lee McCormick.
The decomposing body of Robert Henderson was found in
a room at the Ilikai Hotel in July 1996.
Henderson was a linguistics professor and
was in Hawaii to lecture at summer workshops at the University of Hawaii. He
was staying at the Ilikai.
Prosecutors say McCormick confessed to police
According to an Associated Press report, McCormick told mental health examiners
that Henderson's interest in boys and sexual advances while they had drinks in
the condo caused him to snap.