Terri-Lynne McClintic is the monster who murdered eight-year-old Tori Stafford, and while she received a life sentence when she was convicted of first degree murder in 2009, she’ll be getting out early.
Not for good behaviour, mind you, but because she’s a native.
McClintic is about to be transferred from a real prison to something called a healing lodge in Saskatchewan.
And Terry-Lynne intends to make use of her so-called “rights.” Correctional Service Canada’s website for the Okimaw Ohci lodge reads like a travel brochure.
Tori’s father, Rodney, is organizing a protest on Parliament Hill on November 2nd, and I wish him well, but I’m not hopeful that he’ll get an audience with the Prime Minister.
Special sentencing for any group is a despicable racist trend that subscribes to the racism of lowered expectations.
So much for that iconic image of Lady Justice.