Church arsonist, Clay grad, to be released from federal prison next week

| May 14, 2013

Convicted church arsonist and 2004 Clay-Chalkville High School graduate Benjamin Moseley is expected to be released from federal prison next Tuesday.

Moseley has been serving his federal time at the medium-security Federal Correctional Institution Victorville in Adelanto, Calif.

Moseley, 27, is projected to be released Tuesday with a “good conduct time,” according to information obtained from the Federal Bureau of Prisons. Moseley has been serving a 97-month sentence for conspiracy to commit arson resulting in personal injury and arson resulting in personal injury.

Alabama Department of Corrections spokesman Brian Corbett said Moseley will likely start his two-year state sentence in Kilby Correctional Facility near Montgomery before being transferred.

Moseley, along with Birmingham-Southern College classmates Russell DeBusk and Matthew Cloyd, were arrested in March 2006 for a string of church burnings in rural Alabama. No one was injured in the burnings.

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