The only “Monfils 6” defendant is going to stay at Jackson Correctional Institution. The Wisconsin Parole Commission has decided 70-year-old Keith Kutska hasn’t met the requirements for release. Kutska could seek parole again next January. Six men were convicted of the murder of Tom Monfils at the James River paper mill in Green Bay in 1995. Prosecutors viewed Kutska as the ringleader when Monfils was apparently dumped in a vat at the mill in 1992. That murder trial was one of the most high-profile events in northeastern Wisconsin in the last 30 years. Some supporters think the six men were wrongly convicted. Five of them were released over the last quarter-century.