Bernardo should stay put
So Paul Bernardo has seen the light, repented, acknowledged the error of his ways and is ready to start being integrated back into society. If Corrections Canada is about rehabilitation and not about punitive measures, it’s time they start the reintegration process. In order to gauge his suitability, Corrections Canada could start by going to Millhaven, swing Bernardo’s door open, and move him into the general population unit. My guess is it will take him about two minutes to ascertain if he is ready to integrate. At this point, one can only speculate, if Bernardo was given the above option as a precursor to any further attempts to secure his integration and release from prison, you may find he would be quite satisfied to sit in his protective custody cell and cry for another 25 years. John Jenkins Newcastle, Ont.