Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Tookie Watch

While people await to see of Tookie Williams, convicted murderer and Crips co-founder, gets executed in California; another convicted felon goes free in Canada with no restrictions.

Karla Leanne Teale has had all probation restrictions lifted. Who is this woman you may ask? Her husband and her were convicted in the killing of two teenage girls. Karla got 12 years while the husband she testified against got life. One of the teenagers murdered was Karla's own younger sister, they tried to make the sexual killing look like an accident.

"However, her development over the last 12 years demonstrates, on a balance of probabilities, that this is unlikely to occur. She does not represent a real and imminent danger to commit a personal injury offence. The appeal should be granted." - Justice James Brunton of Quebec Superior Court

This article drops a bombshell further down that makes me question this judge's wisdom in letting her go without any kind of restrictions.

Homolka and Bernardo took the surname Teale from a movie in the 1990s. The character with the name Teale was a serial killer.

If she has not given up her assumed name of Teale, which is taken from a movie serial killer; then how are we to really believe she has made progress? I have a really bad feeling about this and I hope I am very wrong. If I am right, then Canada has a unsurpervised killer on the loose.

Families of Homolka victims reeling as Quebec judge rules in killer's favour


Anonymous said...

Tookie will get a reduced sentence. Come on Anna, you're talking about the Liberal Kingdom of California (Soon to be Northern Mexico), you can't execute a Nobel Prize nominee.

As for Ms Teal, it just goes to show you that if you are going to do a crime, be a female hottee and you will either get away with it or get a slap on the wrist as per the teacher who had sex with the 14 year old. If that is the case, I would probably be shot on the spot for jaywalking

Anonymous said...

Sorry that I keep forgetting to sign my comments


Anna said...

And I have been stopped at 2am, with no traffic present, in Germany by the Polizei for jay-walking. Luckily was able to talk to them and avoid a ticket. After that I did mind the pedestrian crosswalks.