GUILTY Canada - Paul Bernardo & Karla Homolka, murdered, 1993

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Narla, Richard Ramirez is the serial killer known as the Nightstalker. He terrorized California in the early 80's (late 70's too, I think). You should look him up. I hate to say it, but it makes for interesting reading. He;s a piece of work.
 

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I can't believe that she was allowed to keep a child. What is wrong with this story???
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This is an outrage. She and Paul committed some of the most henious crimes ever reported. She drugged and helped her husband rape her kill her sister for gawd's sake. arggg
 

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KrisNine said:
Narla, Richard Ramirez is the serial killer known as the Nightstalker. He terrorized California in the early 80's (late 70's too, I think). You should look him up. I hate to say it, but it makes for interesting reading. He;s a piece of work.
He was a killer with no conscience too, just pure evil. I had nightmares after reading the book "The Night Stalker."
 

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White Rain said:
He was a killer with no conscience too, just pure evil. I had nightmares after reading the book "The Night Stalker."
I agree. I live about 5 miles from the home (previous) of one of his victims. Everyone around here has a story about him. That was a good book, even though it was creepy. He was one of the first serial killers with "Groupies", from what I can recall.
 

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KrisNine said:
I agree. I live about 5 miles from the home (previous) of one of his victims. Everyone around here has a story about him. That was a good book, even though it was creepy. He was one of the first serial killers with "Groupies", from what I can recall.
Yeah, even one of the jurists claimed to have fell in love with him!
 

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KrisNine said:
Narla, Richard Ramirez is the serial killer known as the Nightstalker. He terrorized California in the early 80's (late 70's too, I think). You should look him up. I hate to say it, but it makes for interesting reading. He;s a piece of work.
Right, thanks KrisNine.

I'm not up on all the serial killers about the place and probably will give this guy a miss, but was just curious as to who he was..
 

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Well, at least Richard didn't kill any kids, although if I remember correctly he hurt a 16 year old very badly. I don't think he raped her though.


OH YEAH! I wanted to ask if anyone has read the book "Karla" by Stephen Williams? I've been dying to but don't want to pay the price on Amazon.
Also has anyone seen the movie by the same name? I think the red haired chick from "That 70's show" played Karla.
 

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michelle said:
I heard last that her mom was "Standing by her" they have been a constant thing in her life, now maybe things have changed. I doubt it though.
The world can only pray that someone decent will stand by her and watch over her new baby to try to ensure that the cycle of evil is broken.
 

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Well I guess the rumors are true.Makes me sick to even think about.





Karla Homolka is nursing a newborn baby, Sun Media has confirmed.

Using the name Leanne Teale, Homolka gave birth to a seven-pound baby boy Saturday at St. Mary's Hospital in Montreal.

Homolka and the baby's father took the newborn child to their bungalow on the Montreal South Shore Monday.

GETTING MARRIED The couple plan to jet off to the Caribbean, where they will get married in the Antilles islands, sources told Journal de Montreal, but first they have to secure a passport for the baby.

http://tinyurl.com/2vf8zu
 

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IrishMist said:
I hate to be unforgiving, but may it haunt her... every milestone her child makes- that they are the same milestones once reached by her own sister.

For all the love she feels for her child, let her realize, truly realize, what she stole from her own parents.

For the future that her child has, may she remember the future she took from her sister, and other young women.

Karla will live in fear every day for her child's safety. Because she knows what evil lurks out in the world.

I can see how you would think and hope that would all be the case, but I don't think having a child will make one bit of difference how she feels, or rather doesn't feel, about what she did to her sister. And I do not think she will live in fear for her child, she considers herself above it all IMO. She thinks nothing can touch her.
 

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C.Whalen said:
Not being very computer literate I don't know how to post a link. I got this from my local news paper here in London Ontario. www.lfpress.com click on news and scroll down to Homolka story
did I read correclty her sister is her lawyer? Guess its a good thing she didnt kill the lawyer in the family--guess they picked the right sister to kill :furious: :furious:
 

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txsvicki said:
And it would really be awful to be her mother in law and know that the psycho is around your grandchild. What a nightmare that would be.


I never even thought about it that way! Holy cow!! That would be a nightmare. :confused:
 

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barb0301 said:
The world can only pray that someone decent will stand by her and watch over her new baby to try to ensure that the cycle of evil is broken.
Perhaps Karla has changed and the people who are around her feel like she has changed. The nature of her crimes are unfathomable to most of us, but it's impossible to know what she is like today.

Didn't I read somewhere that due to the nature of her probation she wasn't allowed to be around minors - or am I remembering that wrong? Is she still under probation? I wonder how having a child would be handled if she is not supposed to be around children...if course, as I said before, I could be wrong about this.
 

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southcitymom said:
Perhaps Karla has changed and the people who are around her feel like she has changed. The nature of her crimes are unfathomable to most of us, but it's impossible to know what she is like today.

Didn't I read somewhere that due to the nature of her probation she wasn't allowed to be around minors - or am I remembering that wrong? Is she still under probation? I wonder how having a child would be handled if she is not supposed to be around children...if course, as I said before, I could be wrong about this.

I'm fairly sure that at this point in time she is free to go about her business, as her debt to society is considered paid. I know she filed to change her name AGAIN, and was refused permission, but I don't believe that had anything to do with probation.
 

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IrishMist said:
I'm fairly sure that at this point in time she is free to go about her business, as her debt to society is considered paid. I know she filed to change her name AGAIN, and was refused permission, but I don't believe that had anything to do with probation.
Thank you. Do you know why she was denied the name change? Is it because of her notoriety?
 

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southcitymom said:
Thank you. Do you know why she was denied the name change? Is it because of her notoriety?

I don't remember why. I have a folder of links about her on my machine... right now I'm on my daughter's laptop.

It may be because she's already changed her name once. (to Teale)
The name she wanted to change it to was Tremblay, which I understand is a very common name where she lives...
 

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IrishMist said:
I don't remember why. I have a folder of links about her on my machine... right now I'm on my daughter's laptop.

It may be because she's already changed her name once. (to Teale)
The name she wanted to change it to was Tremblay, which I understand is a very common name where she lives...
Well it would seem her name would change automatically if she wanted to when she got married.
 

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C.Whalen said:
How is it that she would even be allowed to leave a country with a record like hers. Or be given entry to another country. Not that I want her here in Canada but I thought having been in a Federal Prison would prevent her from crossing borders.
I'm not certain, but I believe she is allowed to cross borders, however it's up to the border (she's crossing into) whether or not they let her in. Also, due to the huge backlog, currently it's taking 2+ months to process a passport application so she won't be leaving any time soon.

I pity the child who will one day discover his mother is an evil monster, the most despised woman in Canada.

From the link: St. Mary's Hospital officials said yesterday they will probe claims that hospital staff recognized Homolka and initially refused to give her treatment.
 

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southcitymom said:
Well it would seem her name would change automatically if she wanted to when she got married.
Nope, I don't think they could stop that.
 
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