Navajo woman sentenced to life for murder
Galareka Harrison, 19-year-old member of the Navajo Nation, was sentenced to life without parole for the murder of a fellow Navajo student at the University of Arizona.

Harrison was found guilty for killing Mia Janelle Henderson, 18, in their dorm room in September 2007. Both were participants in the university's Native American First-Year Scholars Program.

Harrison could have received parole but the judge decided against it. Henderson's family had asked for the tougher sentence.

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UA killer gets life, no parole (The Arizona Daily Star 11/26)
UA dorm stabbing nets life without parole (AP 11/26)

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