Karla Homolka no longer allowed to volunteer at N.D.G. school

“We have heard and listened to the concerns of parents and members of the community uncomfortable with recent reports in the media,” a statement from the school reads. “No one with a criminal record will be allowed to volunteer in any capacity on school grounds.”

  • Editor

    ” . . . a representative from Greaves Adventist Academy said they were aware of her notorious past.”

    And still thought it would be a good idea to take her on as a volunteer. That specific person or committee should be asked to publicly justify their decision.

    • Ed

      Adventists are a small and declining millennial sect that believes in the divine inspiration of a 19th century up state New York woman. They put a big emphasis on “outreach,” on growing the church.

      So they bring a mass murderer of children in to their schools to supervise children. The “outreach” strategy needs a bit of tweaking.

      • David Murrell

        Just goes to show the wide ideological gulf between the elites and the common folk. At this small school, the elites running it thought nothing of having a convicted child killer volunteer-working with children. But as soon as K Homulka was outed, the parents of the children protested loudly. A huge conflict of values, of course.

        • Clink9

          What kind of thick bubble would they have to live in to think this was OK.

          • WalterBannon

            Better question is what kind of idiots will return to place their children at risk and re-enroll in September

            If that schools does not close due to lack of enrollment this fall then there is a serious problem with these parents

    • WalterBannon

      a criminal conviction is one of the few things your ARE allowed to discriminate on which is why it is legal to ask that question and you see it on pretty much every entry level job application form

  • ed


    • Observer

      She must have joined the Liberal Party of Canada.

      That exempts you from all rulings, orders, agreements and laws.

  • Hard Little Machine

    Why was she offered a plea deal?

    • Frances

      Because the prosecution didn’t know about the tape showing her involvement in the murders, and figured the only way to bring down Paul Bernardo was to paint her as an innocent entirely under his thumb. Only after the deal was struck did the tape emerge.

      • Clausewitz

        The next question is, why was she never prosecuted for the murder of her sister????

        • WalterBannon

          and whey her plea deal was not revealed after they police found out that her lawyer obstructed justice by hiding evidence

      • WalterBannon

        the tape which her lawyer hid from the police

    • Clink9

      The first lawyer they had knew about the tape ( hidden in the attic of the house where the girls were raped, tortured and murdered ) and thought it was cool to not mention it to the prosecutors.

    • Canadian Born

      Because the police wanted Bernardo for the rapes he had committed. The only trouble was, he never murdered any of them. The murders were only committed after Homolka entered the picture. This happened in my city about 10 minutes from my house. Leslie Mahaffey was found in Gibson lake just down the road from us. My daughter was 13 years old a the time and that was the scariest time of my life. Needless to say my daughter went nowhere unless she was with me or her dad. Homolka should have got life, but the plea deal made that impossible, because our justice system is screwed up.

      • WalterBannon

        our justice system is infested with cultural Marxists

        it is their intent to screw it up

  • WalterBannon

    Karla Homolka has 3 kids?

    What lowlife douche had sex with her?