Did you read the article Killer drunk driver eligible for temporary absence soon and feel angry and frustrated over this decision? I did. My thoughts immediately went to the Neville-Lake family and the suffering they always will experience.
Three young children and their grandfather are gone.
This was a senseless tragedy caused by Marco Muzzo. a drunk driver, who had a “lengthy record of driving infractions” noted during sentencing.
How does Correctional Service Canada override a judge’s sentence of 10 years? He could be rewarded with day parole in November 2018, full parole May 2019 and statutory release June 2022 with a 12-year driving ban.
No way; it should be a life ban. Giving his licence back provides him further opportunity to devastate the lives of another family. Offenders rarely learn from past experiences. Patricia Smith London