It’s hard to erase the image of the Neville-Lake children and their grandfather, Gary Neville from our minds. Their deaths were caused by the entitled son of a billionaire family, Marco Muzzo, back in 2015 when he was returning home from a bachelor party and blew through a stop sign.
Muzzo had almost three times the legal limit of alcohol in his blood when he hopped into his SUV on that fateful night, and there was an enormous amount of attention on the trial given the ages of the victims.
In 2016 Muzzo was sentenced to 10 years imprisonment — a new benchmark for an impaired driving penalty in Canada, despite the fact that the sentence works out to just two years and six months for each life he took.
But recently, Muzzo applied to receive full day parole, just three years after this heinous act took place.
And in the days prior to the parole board hearing, the bleeding-heart talking-heads who comprise the rank-and-file of the Media Party seemed to have nothing but sympathy... for Muzzo, that is.
But what these bleeding heart media talking heads spouting typical talking points didn’t know — what none of us knew — were shocking details that emerged at the parole board hearing: despite killing four people, despite being incarcerated for a few years, despite being cruelly separated from his precious Ferrari... Marco Muzzo STILL doesn’t get it.
Little Baby Muzzo has enjoyed a life full of entitlement and privilege. He’s always been given a second and third and a fourth and a fifth chance, yet, thankfully, his luck ran out in Gravenhurst at his parole board hearing.
Watch as I fill in the details and explain why the parole board deserves kudos for seeing through this shameless stooge.
And if anyone thinks it’s a tad harsh for Marco to do some more time behind bars, please, please, take another look at this photo of the Neville-Lake kids.