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Virk killer granted parole

Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby techrtr » Dec 1st, 2017, 10:59 am

I think she's a psychopathic little beeeeeeottttttch and I feel for the parents of Rena Virk, but she has served her sentence. I'd want to know if she was living on my street though.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Piecemaker » Dec 1st, 2017, 12:32 pm

It was reported that she has to attend treatment for the first 6 months, so that is at least something. And then 6 more months of supported living. She's not out there on her own.
Better than mandatory release in a few years with nothing required of her.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby maryjane48 » Dec 1st, 2017, 12:34 pm

We need folks to go to mars why not send bad criminals there . Be like australia all over again

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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby the truth » Dec 1st, 2017, 12:36 pm

she has been in jail for 20 years i am sure she has taken all there bs programs over and over again, if she is not better by now she never will be
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Piecemaker » Dec 1st, 2017, 12:44 pm

There's a difference between what is offered in prison and attending community-based programs. No one who has spent a significant amount of time incarcerated (male or female) should be released free and clear into the community. She has never lived a normal adult life. And now she is a parent. She needs closely supervised and supported integration into the community. There's no benefit to her or the rest of us to do otherwise.
I don't want her released free and clear in 5 years.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby the truth » Dec 1st, 2017, 12:57 pm

Piecemaker wrote:There's a difference between what is offered in prison and attending community-based programs. No one who has spent a significant amount of time incarcerated (male or female) should be released free and clear into the community. She has never lived a normal adult life. And now she is a parent. She needs closely supervised and supported integration into the community. There's no benefit to her or the rest of us to do otherwise.
I don't want her released free and clear in 5 years.


i agree
,but what kind of system do we have :cuss: when you can kill someone go to jail and still get laid ,sorry make love [icon_lol2.gif]
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby JayByrd » Dec 1st, 2017, 1:00 pm

LANDM wrote:Didn’t Karla Homolka conceive a child in prison also?


No, she got married (can you imagine?) and had a child not long after her release.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby mexi cali » Dec 7th, 2017, 10:32 pm

But she got laid in prison. How does that happen?
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Catsumi » Dec 8th, 2017, 8:41 pm

^^^^
Don't they have visiting/sexual rights? Kinda like a taxpayer supported viper breeding den?

Jail time in the past meant loss of rights but not anymore.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby bob vernon » Dec 9th, 2017, 2:31 pm

What's next? How about Jamie Bacon wriggling off the hook?
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Chyren » Dec 11th, 2017, 5:57 pm

There sure are a lot of people who want their cake and eat it too on these forums and its usually the same people...

1) If she did her sentence then she's allowed to be paroled. Her parole will be monitored and strict. Its her right as a Canadian.
2) Her crime was horrible and the family deserves more than this but the law is what the law is.


People here on the forums are all about "our rights' yadda yadda yet when those same rights that you argue about over and over and over again that are being stomped on by police, courts, government etc yet they protect others as well.

So if it could possibly effect YOUR rights then its bad. If it effects the bad guys rights its okay?

Time perhaps to review what rights we should be protecting?

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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby mexi cali » Dec 12th, 2017, 10:24 am

Couple things here;

Notice nobody "liked" your post? That's cuz us Castanutters don't like to be confused with facts that don't take us where we're going.

Second; some, maybe most of us have a hard time feeling anything other than anger towards people like Kelly and anyone whose name ends in Bacon. It is the law that makes it so that people who have been flagged as likely to reoffend do. Remember, the law as we know it was written by men. So why is it that when we see flaws, we don't fix them as a measure to protect others from those who are likely to reoffend?

What rights are we protecting then? Or maybe, whose rights? Not yours. And not mine.

You are correct in your contention that Ms. Ellert has served her time and therefore under the present laws of the land, she is eligible for monitored release. Doesn't mean that the law got it right with her though and that is why people are angry.

Fix the flaws. Protect those who are law abiding and accept that those who are not law abiding have willfully given up their right to exist in society until such time as they have proven themselves to be worthy of re-entry or they are dead.

And your use of "effect" is incorrect. Accept is where you were trying to go. See the difference?

And I truly hope that the Virk family is able to accept your phiolosophical tenet that "it is what it is".

Chyren wrote:There sure are a lot of people who want their cake and eat it too on these forums and its usually the same people...

1) If she did her sentence then she's allowed to be paroled. Her parole will be monitored and strict. Its her right as a Canadian.
2) Her crime was horrible and the family deserves more than this but the law is what the law is.


People here on the forums are all about "our rights' yadda yadda yet when those same rights that you argue about over and over and over again that are being stomped on by police, courts, government etc yet they protect others as well.

So if it could possibly effect YOUR rights then its bad. If it effects the bad guys rights its okay?

Time perhaps to review what rights we should be protecting?
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Catsumi » Dec 12th, 2017, 8:18 pm

Good post Mexi Cali, thank you.

Reena Virk was brutally murdered,led by Ellard and her crazed mad dog accomplices. Reena's life ended miserably in unimaginable horror. She will never have children and her parents and family will not enjoy the grandchildren Reena might have had.

Ellard did a jailterm stint, she's alive, healthy and has produced an offspring. She has shown no remorse for what she did; murder, plain, simple and bloody. Now Ellard is going to raise a child. :135:

Sometimes what goes around comes around, and if her child dies in a similar manner, the shoe would be on the other foot. Will Ellard then suddenly understand what she did or will she even care??

In the meantime we are blessed with jailhouse style lawyers who are only too happy to have sentences reduced, fast releases and forgiving hugs. This mentality extends into the world of terrorists as well. All is forgiven no matter how heinous the crimes as they have RIGHTS !!
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Chyren » Dec 13th, 2017, 1:08 pm

Clearly missed the whole point of my post.

We as Canadians enjoy Rights that often protect the bad guys too. Its time to take a hard look at what we're comfortable in giving up to allow the bad guys to be caught.
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Re: Virk killer granted parole

Postby Catsumi » Dec 13th, 2017, 6:07 pm

We know that we have absolutely no control, heard and considered input, influence or authority to change the mess our injustice system is in, it is great to kick the can around for laughs.

What ideas would you like us to think about Cryen?
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