The Canadian Press

2007-11-08 | CRIME Family Slain

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A girl who was 12 years old when she helped murder her parents and little brother in southern Alberta was sentenced November 8th to 10 years. It is the maximum allowed under federal law for someone that young. Her lawyer, Tim Foster, said his client was anxious to begin her rehabilitation. He added that it's important to remember she was just a child when the crimes were committed. (The girl, now 14-years-old, will spend four years in custody in a psychiatric institution and another four and a-half years under supervision in the community.)

Date: 2007-11-08
Placeline: MEDICINE HAT, Alberta.
Source: The Canadian Press
Length: 15 seconds

Transcript Prediction: << to say that 10 years is not enough we were talking about kids here she's really all those she's physically large she's a little girl and she was a little girl that time this all happened in that should never be forgotten >>