Friday, June 03, 2005

Karla. Karla, Karla ...

Karla Homolka's conditions for release are pretty weak considering the damage she did. She's forbidden from consorting with violent criminals, can't contact her onetime partner in crime and ex-husband, Paul Bernardo, and is ordered to stay in touch with police about her whereabouts, avoid consorting with children under 16 and to stay away from her victims for at least a 12-month period.

Other restrictions for the 12 months (after that she is free) include:

Check in with police once a month. Wow really?
Give police her address and tell them about her job and roommates. That’s good!
Advise police of any change in her name or address.
Stay way from drugs. Aren’t drugs illegal?
Not work anywhere she would have access to barbiturates. Violent criminals can work where they have easy access to drugs?
Not work with people under 16 or have any ties of authority with anyone under 16. Well D’uh!
Undergo regular therapy. Not that she has started that already.
Give a DNA sample.
Stay away from the families of her victims. Only for a year?
Not associate with violent criminals. Regular criminals are o.k?
Give police 96 hours' notice if she wants to leave Quebec.

2 Comments:

At 3/6/05, Blogger alsocanadian said...

They forgot to say that she can't kill any schoolgirls...

 
At 6/6/05, Blogger Blogette said...

You know, when I was little, I always loved the name "Karla" and thought if ever I have a little girl, I'd give her that name.

That was then.

~B

 

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