Relatives of the killers' victims said they were outraged by the release, and some said they're worried for their own safety.
Barbour, a former Republican National Committee chairman, considered running for president this year but announced last April that he would skip the race because he didn't have the "fire in the belly." The 64-year-old is now on the paid speakers' circuit and is also working for a Jackson-area law firm and for BGR, the Washington lobbying firm he founded two decades ago.
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