This is possibly the first time in Canada that the regime has gone so hellbent to save a criminal, an offender, a rapist who rocked Canada in the 1990s. Paul Bernardo. The matter is spiraling out of control. In 1995, he was sentenced to life without parole for at least 25 years.
Bernardo, now 58, was convicted of kidnapping, torturing, and killing two schoolgirls—Leslie Mahaffy, 14, and Kristen French, 15. He was also found guilty of the manslaughter and rape of his 15-year-old sister-in-law, Tammy Homolka.
However, on some stupid basis of privacy, the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) has decided to transfer Bernardo from Ontario’s maximum-security Millhaven Institution to Quebec’s medium-security La Macaza Institution, this move has ignited a storm of criticism and backlash.
While the federal agency vaguely acknowledged the horrifying nature of Bernardo’s crimes in a recent statement, they failed to provide any clear justification for the transfer. Reports initially suggested that the Federal Government was unaware of the decision.
However, the truth eventually emerged—Trudeau had known about the transfer well in advance, hinting at federal approval.
The $19k Penalty
But wait, there’s another shocking revelation. Trudeau’s government is now targeting the families of Bernardo’s victims. It has come to light that the government sought damages totaling $19,000 from these grieving families for simply seeking information about parole hearings.
Let’s pause and absorb the absurdity of this situation. The families, already burdened by the unimaginable pain of losing their loved ones to Bernardo’s heinous crimes, are being further victimized by the very government entrusted with protecting their rights. Demanding payment for seeking justice and seeking answers is an egregious injustice.
For years, the Government of Canada has fought tirelessly in court to withhold critical information about Bernardo from the families of their victims. Even the families of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy, two innocent teenagers brutally victimized by Bernardo, have faced tremendous resistance from the federal government in their quest for closure of information, on how Bernardo committed such heinous crimes.
Why would the government go to such lengths? The answer lies in the tangled web connecting Bernardo’s Wife to the Federal Police of Toronto in the 1990s.
Did you know that Bernardo’s wife, Karla Homolka, was an active participant in the crimes? Together, they committed a series of brutal sexual assaults and murders in Ontario’s Scarborough and St. Catharine’s regions during the early 1990s.
Toronto Connection with Homolka
Reportedly, the Toronto Police saved Homolka when she turned her back on Bernardo. Homolka used her position and access to police services to facilitate Bernardo’s criminal activities. The exact details remain unknown, but during that time, Homolka worked as a veterinary assistant in St. Catharines, Ontario, granting her access to drugs, specifically sedatives, through her employment.
Homolka supplied these drugs to Bernardo, enabling him to incapacitate their victims during the sexual assaults. She actively participated in these heinous crimes alongside him. It’s essential to note that their actions went undetected for an extended period, and their use of police resources played a significant role in evading detection.
Surprisingly, Homolka struck a controversial plea deal with the prosecution, agreeing to testify against Bernardo in exchange for a reduced sentence. This decision caused public outrage due to the perception that she received leniency for her involvement in the crimes.
After serving a 12-year prison sentence, Homolka was released in 2005. The extent to which Homolka and Bernardo exploited police services for their crimes remains a mystery. If you delve deeper into this complex saga, countless layers of intrigue and manipulation may unfold.
Perhaps this is why the Trudeau government is so determined to protect Bernardo’s privacy. If his privacy is compromised, it could shine a spotlight on the Canadian justice system and the police, potentially exposing their own shortcomings.
However, the question remains: Is this justice? The government’s relentless efforts to shield a criminal and his dark sins, while simultaneously tormenting the families, showcase a disturbing downfall of Canadian leadership. Seriously, god save your nation from such a disgrace next time.