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The Parole Board1 must comply with the following provisions2 when making a public protection decision3 about a life prisoner if (1) the prisoner's life sentence4 was passed for murder5 or manslaughter6; (2) the Parole Board does not know where and how the victim's remains7 were disposed of; and (3) the Parole Board believes that the prisoner has information about where, or how, the victim's remains were disposed of (whether the information relates to the actions of the prisoner or any other individual) which the prisoner has not disclosed to the Parole Board
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