Mosque shooter can apply for parole after 25 years

2022-05-27 6:00:00 PM

Criminal defence lawyer Robert Karrass discusses the SCC's decision to allow the mosque shooter to apply for parole after 25 years.

Criminal defence lawyer Robert Karrass discusses the SCC's decision to allow the mosque shooter to apply for parole after 25 years.

Criminal defence lawyer Robert Karrass discusses the SCC's decision to allow the mosque shooter to apply for parole after 25 years.

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Something wrong with our laws when you can murder 6 people then allowed to come up for parole years later.Bring back the dealth penaty for premeditated murders such as this.Why do we have to pay to keep these animals alive. We are researching how 9/11 & virus 2020 were funded. These crimes against humanity were funded. How? By who? Research continues.

Quebec City mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette can apply for parole after 25 years | Globalnews.caBREAKING: Alexandre Bissonnette, who went on a deadly shooting spree at a Quebec City mosque, can apply for parole after 25 years, the Supreme Court of Canada has ruled. Should be 25 yrs for each victim 🙄 Yeah, more leniency for Canadian mass murderers, thank you SupremeCourtCan, you’re top drawer! What the fuck? Do you like the Canada you’ve created JustinTrudeau?

Mosque shooter Bissonnette can apply for parole after 25 years, Supreme Court rulesIn its unanimous decision today, the high court declares unconstitutional a 2011 Criminal Code provision that allowed a judge, in the event of multiple…

Supreme Court rules Quebec City mosque killer to be eligible for parole in 25 yearsThe dead got life without parole. Remember? 🤡 Yes because the civil rights of someone who murdered someone is more important than those of his victim Does it matter? The board will NEVER let this guy out.

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Multiple murderer Alexandre Bissonnette ruled eligible for parole after 25 years — not 40The Supreme Court of Canada struck down a provision that required multiple murderers to wait longer to apply for parole Stop misrepresenting the situation to drive your readership! Being eligible for parole hearings is no indication that parole will ever be granted! You’re headline is stoking fear dishonestly. Sad that we need to rely on other offenders to give this shitstain the punishment that the courts should have.

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CTV News | Watch news from Canada and around the world CTV News Video Network CTV News | Watch news from Canada and around the world Clip link: .Posted May 27, 2022 9:52 am   Updated May 27, 2022 10:00 am 2:22 Action against Islamophobia five years after Quebec City mosque attack On the fifth anniversary of the mosque shootings that claimed the lives of six men in Quebec, a new report is shedding light on the Islamophobia felt by Canadian Muslims every day.Back to video In its unanimous decision today, the high court declares unconstitutional a 2011 Criminal Code provision that allowed a judge, in the event of multiple murders, to impose a life sentence and parole ineligibility periods of 25 years to be served consecutively for each murder.Canada's highest court has ruled Alexandre Bissonnette, who murdered six people at the Quebec City mosque in 2017, will be eligible for parole after serving 25 years.