Today in the House of Commons

Today in the House of Commons

A convicted murderer was given parole, and given unsupervised access to women even though he was a significant risk to commit violence against women. The National Parole Board granted this access so the offender’s “sexual needs” could be met.He has now been charged in the murder of another woman while he was out on parole. Today in the House of Commons, I asked Justin Trudeau how many violent criminals have been advised by the Parole Board that their “sexual needs” are more important than the safety of women in our communities?

Posted by Mark Strahl, MP on Wednesday, January 29, 2020

A convicted murderer was given parole, and given unsupervised access to women even though he was a significant risk to commit violence against women. The National Parole Board granted this access so the offender’s “sexual needs” could be met.

He has now been charged in the murder of another woman while he was out on parole.

Today in the House of Commons, I asked Justin Trudeau how many violent criminals have been advised by the Parole Board that their “sexual needs” are more important than the safety of women in our communities?