| Latest Crime News | Tuesday May 1 2012 10:55
The Parole Board has advised David Tamihere to keep better company than television crews.
It's just released its decision into the parole breach by the convicted double murderer who was released in 2010 after serving 20 years in prison for the murders of Urban Hoglin and Heidi Paakkonen.
The breach earlier this year involved flying over the Coromandel Peninsula, where the Swedish tourists were last seen alive, with a TVNZ crew.
The board has decided against recalling him to prison.
The ruling says Tamihere made a serious mistake of judgement.
But it says he isn't any greater risk to public safety than he was previously.
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