Parole denied again for B.C. murderer
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