OTTAWA, Ont. - Infamous Canadian killer Karla Homolka is eligible for a pardonlater this year and that is not sitting well with many inOntario.
The government is moving quickly to draft new legislation toprevent heinous offenders — like Homolka — from easilybeing pardoned for their crimes.
Homolka is eligible to apply for a pardon in July after livingcrime-free for five years following her 2005 release fromprison.
She served only 12 years for three manslaughter convictions. Shemade a deal to provide evidence against her then-husband PaulBernardo.
The young couple was charged with killing Tammy Homolka, Karla'ssister, Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy in the 1990's.
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