Saskatoon man who brutally killed Indigenous woman 23 years ago granted day parole
A Saskatoon man found guilty of brutally murdering an Indigenous woman 23 years ago has been granted day parole. Crystal Paskemin and Kenneth MacKay met at the Longbranch, a Saskatoon bar, in 2000.
Published 4 months ago · Saskatoon, Canada
Man convicted in brutal murder of Indigenous woman receives day parole
SASKATOON — Family members of a woman brutally murdered in Saskatoon more than 20 years ago say they are devastated the man convicted in her death has received day parole against their wishes and the advice of Correctional Service Canada.
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