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Fathers Torturing Their Sons, Doctors Molesting Women and Karla Homolka’s Freedom; Do You Really Need To Ask Why My Niece Will Grow Up Armed To The Teeth? 1,154 more words

Javad Peirovy

Your letters for Friday, April 29: Homolka, hostages

No reason to trust Karla Homolka

Re: A suburban Karla Homolka, living next door and unforgiven, April 24.

As someone who over the years, on a voluntary basis, has taken maximum security inmates from Kingston Penitentiary to live in my home while on parole, I think I am qualified to comment on this topic. 699 more words


Robyn Urback on Karla Homolka: Who would marry a murderer?

Last Thursday, a reporter with La Presse caught Thierry Bordelais outside of his Chateauguay home and asked him what he made of his neighbours’ concerns about his family taking up residence in the Montreal suburb. 754 more words

Full Comment

Editorial: Karla Homolka's past and present

Just because someone has been punished by the legal system doesn’t compel the rest of us to forgive and forget. Yet we can’t ignore that they’ve done their time, either. 454 more words

Crime And Law

Egan: A suburban Karla Homolka, living next door and unforgiven

Criminologist Sylvie Frigon has just co-authored a book on Karla Homolka, so she’s accustomed to the question.

“Some people have asked me if I would mind if she lived next door. 786 more words

Local News

This week on Focus Montreal: April 23

MONTREAL — Focus Montreal introduces Montrealers to people who are shaping our community, bringing their stories into focus.

It airs on Saturday at 5:30 p.m. and on Sunday at 7:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m. 419 more words


Céline Cooper: The news of Homolka hit close to home

It’s June of 1991. I’m 14 years old, and looking forward to my Grade 8 graduation. I live in a suburban neighbourhood in Brantford, Ont. … 643 more words