July 12, 2012 (BOURNE) Supporters of a bill that would abolish parole for habitual violent offenders want legislators to pass the measure before the session ends on July 31st. Les Gosule -- whose daughter Melissa was raped and murdered in 1999 by a man with 27 prior convictions -- urged support for the measure yesterday at the statehouse. Melissa Gosule was murdered in 1999 by Michael Gentile of Falmouth. Gentile offered Gosule a ride after her car broke down near the Cape Cod Canal -- then raped and killed her. Gentile had been convicted of 27 crimes but had served just two years when he killed Gosule. He's now serving a life sentence. The bill has languished for a decade.