O’Reilly Factor host Bill O’Reilly is steamed at VH1’s plans to air its Music Behind Bars series. O’Reilly says, “In 1995, 18-year-old Christopher Bissey, a dope dealer, shot and killed 15-year-old Mary Orlando and 17-year-old Jennifer Grider near Lehigh University in Pennsylvania. A jury found him guilty, and 11 members voted for the death penalty, but one did not. Thus Bissey was sentenced to life in prison without parole. He is serving his time at the Graterford Penitentiary, where the warden, Donald Vaughn (ph), has allowed him to sing in a rock band called Dark Mischief. Enter VH1. As part of its Music Behind Bars series, it is featuring Bissey and his band this Friday, thereby giving this killer national exposure and glorifying him as a rock performer. Of course, the families of the slain girls are brokenhearted and angry. Just imagine if it were your child murdered, and you knew the killer was starring on VH1.” Watch his ‘Talking Points’ editorial here. The show is still scheduled to air on Friday night 9-11 PM ET/PT.
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