McClintic back in prison after time in healing lodge
A convicted child killer who became the subject of national outrage when it was learned she had been transferred to an Indigenous healing lodge is back in prison, the father of her young victim said Thursday.
Rodney Stafford issued a brief, celebratory Facebook post announcing that TerriLynne McClintic was no longer at the Saskatchewan lodge. He later told a Toronto media outlet that McClintic, who pleaded guilty in the brutal death of his 8-year-old daughter, had been relocated to a prison in Edmonton overnight.
“It’s official!!! Terri-Lynne is back behind bars,” he wrote in the online post.
McClintic became a figure of national infamy after details emerged about Tori Stafford’s 2009 slaying.
The girl from Woodstock, Ont., who was missing for three months before her body was found, had been abducted, repeatedly raped and ultimately bludgeoned to death with a hammer.
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