Pa­role de­nied again for B.C. mur­derer

Edmonton Sun - - NEWS -

VIC­TO­RIA — a b.c. man who has spent more years of his life in prison than out­side it has once again been de­nied day pa­role as he serves a life term for two first-de­gree mur­ders.

derik Lord was just 17 years old in Oc­to­ber 1990 when he and fel­low Vic­to­ria-area high school stu­dent david Muir car­ried out a plan by a third teen, dar­ren huen­e­mann, to kill huen­e­mann’s mother and grand­mother.

sharon huen­e­mann was 47 and her mother, doris Leatherbar­row, was 69 when they were beaten and stabbed in the kitchen of Leatherbar­row’s home.

dar­ren huen­e­mann at­tended the same high school as Lord and Muir and had promised them cars, homes and monthly salaries if they killed his rel­a­tives and cleared the way for what huen­e­mann be­lieved would be a roughly $3-mil­lion in­her­i­tance.

lord Ap­plied 3 times

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