Mulcair Ponders Forgiveness for Karla Homolka

Say what?

As reported by the Canadian Press, Mulcair feels Homolka has “paid her debt” and suggests it’s time to leave her alone.

“If you’re ensuring the safety of the kids, beyond our revulsion at the horror of the crime, is there any room for atonement and forgiveness?” Mulcair questioned.

Forgiveness is not the question of the day. What is, is the safety of the kids.

But for those who remember this horrific case well, when it comes to forgiving Homolka for helping lure French into the car or being at home with imprisoned girls, or offering her own sister to her husband for Christmas, there will be no forgiveness.

She did not pay her debt to society.

“I saw those tapes and I saw the look in her eyes when she came out of court years later,” Tim Danson, the French and Mahaffy families’ lawyer, said. “The eyes were the same.”

The veteran lawyer feels she is “still dangerous” and a “psychopath.”

She is not somebody who has fully paid for her crimes and her role in her husband’s crimes, as Mulcair suggests.

Karla Homolka got away with murder. Three times.

Sorry, Mulcair, there is no forgiving that. 

 

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  • Cat-astrophe

    Oh, Mr. Mulcair, please, please forgive me too.
    Though I have not commited as small of a sin as Karla, I too need forgiveness….

    • Maggat

      OK Cat-, a couple of Hail Marys and a donation tho the Children’s Hospital and you’re good to go.

      • Cat-astrophe

        Tank’s Maggat, but it needs sactification and only “Tom MulCair, Superstar” could provide that, if he so whim’s.

        • FactsWillOut

          Fine.
          A hundred grand into the NDP’s coffer should do the trick.

  • Killer Marmot

    There are some crimes where you can “pay your debt to society.” There are other crimes where there is no currency valuable enough to pay what you owe.

    • Forgiveness requires contrition on the part of the offender.

      Karla Homolka has no soul. I truly believe she is evil and will kill again.

      • The Butterfly

        If she was truly repentant, she would avoid hanging around children for any reason just to keep other people’s minds at ease.

        • If she was truly repentant, she would spend the rest of her life in prison.

          • FactsWillOut

            To put her back in prison would be a greater affront to justice than leaving her alone.

          • She can’t be put back into prison and that’s the problem.

          • FactsWillOut

            It’s not a problem, its a good thing she can’t be put back in prison.
            Of course there is the school of thought that “Better a thousand innocent men hang than one guilty man go free” school of though, which I think is pure evil, an evil much, much more dangerous to society then Homolka’s.

          • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

            She got the sentence she got in part because videos of her actively participating in the rape and murders of 3 girls weren’t found until later.

            oh and prison time doesn’t cure Psychopathy

      • FactsWillOut

        So what?
        She did her time. End if story.
        If she commits another crime, then the gets busted for that, if not, she’s a free citizen, like any other, in the eyes of the state.

        • No, she got a reduced sentence for rolling on her husband.

          Since when was raping and murdering one’s sister a pass into free society?

          • FactsWillOut

            Serving one’s time is a pass into free society.

            If they reduced her sentence, then her sentence is reduced, and by serving it, she goes free, people’s feewings notwithstanding.

          • Then live in her neighbourhood.

          • FactsWillOut

            I did.
            She lives in Montreal, I lived about 2 km from her.
            Guess what? Its not a big deal.

          • Oh, too easy.

            In her neighbourhood.

          • FactsWillOut

            Your totalitarian tendencies are showing, again.

          • Tweety58

            Lol,what an idiot you are.

          • FactsWillOut

            Wow, stunning repost, full of well-reasoned arguments, and even a bit of Latin!
            I am humbled by your presence…Tweety.

          • Your childish tendencies are showing again.

            Every time someone disagrees with you, you resort to this.

          • FactsWillOut

            I’m not the one who used the “well, go on and live next door to her then” argument, toots.

          • Seriously, you need to go to the corner and think about what you’ve said.

          • FactsWillOut

            LOL.
            You need to stop emoting, and use reason. I know, its tough for a broad, but one or two have managed to pull it off.

            Here’s a hint:
            Q:Is it reasonable that the administration of justice will lead to the occasional miscarriage of justice?
            A: Yes.

            Q: Is it reasonable to assume that we can fix the administration of justice so that no miscarriage of justice ever occurs?
            A: No.

            Go back to baking cakes, toots.

          • Again with the childish thing.

            It’s like you can’t help yourself.

          • FactsWillOut

            ahhh, arguing with a woman…

          • There it is again.

  • Hard Little Machine

    why not fling open all the doors of all the prisons and let everyone out no strings attached.

    • WalterBannon

      Trudopia is here!

      Praise Allah!

  • Martin B

    Oh FFS when will this evil clown just move to France and leave us alone?

  • Cat-astrophe

    Crime as we know it is rapidly dying.
    Thought, reason and thinking for one’s self are the new taboo’s.
    Crimes against the new Government of Man, of relativism, are to be the new sins.

  • WalterBannon

    Sure, by all means, and lets make her a Trudeau cabinet minister as well.
    She will fit right in with the rest of them.

    • Exile1981

      I’m thinking Mulcair has his own skeletons in the closet perhaps?

      • FactsWillOut

        …at least they’re not skeletons in a “massage parlour.”

        • Exile1981

          They could be…. aren’t dead hookers and NDP thing?

          • FactsWillOut

            LOL.
            They should make “Cold Ethyl” their theme song.

          • Exile1981

            I knew a hard core NDP supporter who used to constantly joke at work about hiding the bodies of dead asian hookers.

          • FactsWillOut

            Just goes to show the truth to “Liberalism is a mental disorder.”
            I’d go as far to say its a form of psychosis, a very, very dangerous one.

  • iowaan

    “She is not somebody who has fully paid for her crimes…”

    The price for taking a life is a life.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Karla is forgiven for a string of sex murders of young girls while all whites in Canada will remain guilty and unforgiven for the imagined crimes of their distant ancestors.
    Great system you built there liberals!

  • FactsWillOut

    Since when is the government’s job to “forgive”?
    She served her time, now she’s free.
    End of story.

  • FactsWillOut

    Rule of Law is better than Rule of Man.
    Rule of Man is better than Rule of Woman.

    This kind of idiocy is yet one more reason why law enforcement and justice should be in the private sector.

  • Tony

    This would not have been an issue if Canada had the death penalty.

    • FactsWillOut

      Sure it would. The prosecution would have made the same deal.
      But sure, giving the state the power to kill its citizens is a great idea! What could go wrong?
      Just because some people need killin’ ain’t a good reason to fob the job off on the state.

  • FactsWillOut

    This thread is an excellent testament to the feminization of our society, where folk override reason with emotion.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    https://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/dde48874dbcd1c41a323494f8cb8975c8de110b12f86e708b0f2c339bbf9ffb8.jpg
    Anyone want to tell me that she wasn’t an absolute freak in the sack during her heyday?