Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that Balfour, who’s only being held on a parole violation in a case unrelated to the murders, could "conceivably" go free without evidence that proves he violated parole.
Balfour is scheduled to face the Illinois State Parole Review Board Monday at 9:00 a.m.
The only way Balfour can be kept in custody is if police officially charge him in the Hudson killings between now and Monday or if they find that he did violate his parole. Otherwise, he’s outta there.
So far, no other suspect has been named in the triple killings of Hudson’s three family members.
Photo: William Balfour in a mugshot.