Sunday, December 5, 2010

Canadian Authorities Wag An Ineffectual Finger At Killer Latimer

In a bizarre and utterly serious declaration, the Canada authorities have pontificated, in their eternal wisdom, that monster Robert Latimer (who murdered his disabled daughter – love you know?) shouldn’t be allowed to make any decisions for “significantly disabled people.” Woo-hoo!! That’s really telling him . . .
Latimer banned from caring for disabled as part of his parole
SASKATOON — Robert Latimer is not permitted to make decisions for "significantly disabled people" as it would elevated his risk to reoffend, the National Parole Board has ruled.
Latimer, a farmer from Wilkie, Sask., is expected to return to his family after being granted full parole last week. He was convicted of second-degree murder in 1997 for the 1993 carbon monoxide poisoning death of his daughter, Tracy, 13, who was born with cerebral palsy and lived with severe chronic pain. more

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