Murderer Granted Unescorted Trips To Sudbury
Murderer granted unescorted trips to Sudbury
Don Edwards’ frustration with the Canadian justice system has neared its boiling point, after George Harding Lovie was granted six unescorted passes by a parole board to travel to Sudbury for temporary stays.
These passes account for 72 hours each, plus travel time, meaning that the man who was sentenced to life in prison without parole for 25 years for the brutal murders of Don’s parents Arnold and Donna will be out in public without an escort for at least 18 days.
“I’m just fed up with everything, the justice system, the parole board of Canada, it’s all in need of a complete …