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    Thumbs up Karla Homolka in Montreal ??

    What will she do ? or where will she work ? as an Sp maybe?

    I realize the story might be bogus and that it is intended to throw people off the trail and that she might go somewhere else to live, but the only place where karla belongs is in prison for getting away with murder ! imo

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    http://www.cbc.ca/storyview/AOL/cana...lka050505.html
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    KH has paid her dues to society and people of NDG don't have a word to say about it. The girl is entitled to rebuild her life and live in peace just like anyone else.

    just my 2

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    Different opinion

    I do not agree with you Female lover... And if it was your own daughter that has been killed by this immoral couple?

    My opinion is as good as yours... liberty to all:Yes ...as soon as noone else is ending life of somebody else..

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    It is not her fault that she is being released. It is the fault of our pitiful legal system. Until it is brought up to date to reflect the crimes of the society we live in we have no choice but to accept it. She has done her time and the best we can hope for is that she goes on to live a normal and productive life.
    I agree that the crimes she was convicted of were disgusting but so are the crimes of many so called "minor offenders" who are released after 2 or 3 years into society and have never been identified to the public. I believe she is much less likely to re-offend than some 14 year old gang banger who is released when he turns 18 after learning much more efficient ways to rob and kill while in detention.

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    ok... i understand...always other fault... if she did that it was the fault of our justice system... Nice thoughts! Karla Homolka go find Jean-Guy Tremblay in Alberta and live happy forever... outside Canada!

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    Cool

    she can stay at my house any day!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackBauer

    ok... i understand...always other fault... if she did that it was the fault of our justice system... Nice thoughts! Karla Homolka go find Jean-Guy Tremblay in Alberta and live happy forever... outside Canada!
    Hi JB,

    speaking of JGT, i heard on the radio that he is about to finish his prison term and is expected to go live in the Ottawa region. He has stated numerous times that he still harbours animosity towards his victims and thinks he might seek vengeance against them. This guy is a ticking time bomb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JackBauer

    ok... i understand...always other fault... if she did that it was the fault of our justice system... Nice thoughts! Karla Homolka go find Jean-Guy Tremblay in Alberta and live happy forever... outside Canada!

    I did not say that the crimes she committed were not her fault. They were. But what do you expect her to do? Ask to remain in prison until the day she dies? I happen to believe in the death penalty in these kinds of cases then there is no more chance of re-offense, or at the very least life without parole.
    But the problem lies with our justice system and the sentance she received, which is now ending. She will be free and unfortunately according to our laws not subject to any other penalties unless she breaks the law again. If you don't like it then blame the idiot politicians who run this country and write to your MP and make your voice heard. Maybe we should devote some time to the real problems in this country instead of always bitching about language and seperation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee
    I'm curious... who among us would have supper and an evening with her??? Nothing sexual... just out of curiousity..
    You can count me out. The woman gives me the creeps .
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    Spent my tax money

    Government used my tax money for her to learn French . No wonder why she decides to stay in Montreal.
    She was master mind all about murdering two girls. What we have a lousy goverment here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaJohn
    Where else could she have stayed and go unnoticed?
    Dye her hair, change hair style, put on a pair of sun glasses. Who would recognize her ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustaJohn
    Where else could she have stayed and go unnoticed?
    Could she have considered emigrating to another country or, because of her criminal record and of its nature, she's forbidden to do so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by femaleluver
    KH has paid her dues to society and people of NDG don't have a word to say about it. The girl is entitled to rebuild her life and live in peace just like anyone else.

    just my 2

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    Would your reply be the same had it been your sister or daughter??

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    Quote Originally Posted by celinebisous
    Would your reply be the same had it been your sister or daughter??
    Hi Céline,


    NO.


    But, again, in this case those opposed to my viewpoint could argue that i lack objectivity...
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    I like a lot of others wish she had been jailed for the rest of her life. That being said the crown made a deal with her in exchange for her testimony. Let's not forget, without that testimony, perhaps her would not be a dangerous offender confined to prison for the rest of his life today. Who would you rather see on the streets, him or her? As a society, we allow someone who has had an accident as a result of drinking and driving and killing someone to be released, get a new drivers licence, and perhaps kill again, yet we bitch about a girl who did the same society a favour by testifying against her ex, serving her full 12 year sentence because she wants to live a normal life. She has served her time, and yes she needs to be watched. But come on, give her a chance to reenter society and perhaps be a contributing member. Until you have walked a mile in her shoes, don't be so quick to sit in judgement.

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