Canadian Judge Says Convicted Child Killer Should Serve Sentence In ‘Healing Lodge’

A judge is recommending that an aboriginal woman convicted of killing her two-year old son spend 26 months in a “healing lodge” as punishment.

Justice William Tilleman agreed with a request from Livia Starlight’s lawyer that the woman should be remanded to the Okinawa Ohci Healing Lodge, located in Maple Creek, Saskatchewan.

Starlight pleaded guilty to manslaughter after being charged with second-degree murder. In September 2014, Starlight threw her child across the room. Traezlin Denzel Starlight died seven days later.

h/t Marvin

  • ntt1

    her “healing ” won’t begin until she rationalizes her way into blaming the white man ,.this is the new traditional way.

  • Chris

    A year ago I was charged with assault for approaching someone in an aggressive and intimidating manner. According to the arresting officer’s own notes I didn’t get closer than 8 feet to this person, I didn’t say a word, and my hands did not form fists. The prosecutor refused to lower or drop the charges until a 1 year peace bond expires and I enroll and complete an 8 week anger management course. Also my prints and DNA goes into every police database. So much for white male privilege eh?

    • ntt1

      if you are white and male you are responsible for an astounding array of nasty actions, including pit lamping young native girls and forcing them into drugs and prostitution. The only reason all white males are not being rounded up is that somebody has to run things and pay into CRA in a timely fashion so justin can treat murdering terrorists the way he would like to be treated.

    • Alain

      The rule of law does not exist in Canada.

  • Maggat

    From the sounds of it, she did her kid a favour.

  • Starlord

    And we wonder why we have problems in society…

    • shasta

      Actually I don’t wonder why very often any more.

  • I see your Canuck judges are as smart as the ones here in the USA. My idea of a “healing lodge” is a firing squad… feel the warm glow of hot lead. Shit, killing her 2 year old. Good grief. Just shoot the bitch.

    • barryjr

      Our fucked up judges could give your judges lessons in stupidity and racial rulings.

    • k1962

      Yeah. She couldn’t handle the kids whining. What kid doesn’t whine?

      • shasta

        kids whining – Training for native adulthood.

    • Canadian Born

      We have you beat, because we have a complete moron running Canada! He just gave an apology to the asshole terrorist who killed an American soldier, and 10 million dollars to boot!

    • shasta

      “healing lodge” – Paid for camping holiday.

    • canminuteman

      Yeah but soon they’re going to legalize abortion for two years, so it would be unfair to punish her for it now.

  • DJ

    This is why there *will* be officially accepted Sharia courts in Canada one day; it will fall under the umbrella of culture. In fact, I have no doubt that this case will be used as a precedent.

  • k1962

    A healing lodge? What a joke. She cannot be healed because she cannot go back in time and be raised by different parent(s).

    • Alain

      I reject the premise that she is a victim of her own upbringing. I have known far too many with terrible parents who managed to become good, law-abiding people.

      • k1962


  • John Boy

    Not guilty by reason of lack of whiteness!

  • Editor

    There is one, and only one fact in this case. A child is dead at the hands of his mother. No other leftist identity politics should enter into it.

    • Alain


  • Watchman

    Justice Tilleman is a member of Planned Parenthood – Eleventh Trimester Limit Division?

  • Sentencing circles are an invention of a white liberal judge.

    • Alain

      Bang on. In traditional Indian society, such people were cast out, which was in reality a death sentence. Mind you this is very different to the Hollywood version.

      • Or being paid some sort of price.

        That is how Stone Age cultures dealt with this sort of thing.

        But it’s not too romantic a vision, so …

        • Alain

          Yes, for some crimes for sure. It all depended on what the local tribe considered a crime and what the punishment was.

          • And how evolved and enlightened they were, too!

          • Frances

            And the relative status of the “victim” and the “offender” within the tribe.

          • Those terms are meaningless in that environment.

          • Frances

            Perhaps so, but there was – and is – a hierarchy in any tribe, and I’m willing to bet the chief’s sons and daughters could get away with a lot more misbhaviour than the children of lower-ranked tribal members.

          • Read: the sons could.

          • Frances

            I’ve missed that somehow.

          • Until horses arrived, women were pack animals.

          • Frances

            That too. Although they also used dogs.

          • I’ve seen what aboriginals do to dogs. Horrible.

          • Frances

            Thought it was the Koreans and other eastern Asians who looked on them as food. Though do understand what you mean: every reserve seems to have a pack of dogs which regularly prey on the young’uns.

          • Some Koreans do but most Koreans find such things abhorrent. Japanese and Cambodians don’t eat dogs.

            I lived in a northern community. I saw dogs mistreated in terrible ways.

      • Chris

        How dare you use actual historical facts!

        • Alain

          Guilty as charged.