Vow of Vengeance
Father of slain boy says he'll kill murderer if he's released from jail.
The father of young boy murdered in 1975 has vowed to kill the neighbor convicted of his son's murder if he is released from prison early.
Michael Woodmansee confessed to killing 5-year-old Jason Foreman several years after the attack after he was accused of attempting to strangle another neighborhood boy.
He's kept Foreman's bones in his bedroom the entire time.
Woodmansee was sentenced to 40 years in prison after his conviction in 1983, but is now eligible for early release in August.
Foreman's father, John Foreman, told WPRO-AM on Monday that if Woodmansee is released he intends to kill him.
He vowed to do so as aggressively and painfully as possible, in the same manner Woodmansee killed his son.
"I do intend, if this man is released or if I can find him after the fact, I do intend to kill this man," he told the station.
He called Woodmansee a monster and a cannibal who ate his son's flesh.
"That's what he thinks about. That's what is still on his mind I'm sure, if gets out again, to do this again," he said.