February 8, 2020 Killer sexual predator granted unescorted passes to B.C. healing lodge Security camera image of homicidal serial predator Stuart Cameron, who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder, attempted murder and other charges in March 2002 and was sentenced to life imprisonment with no chance of parole for 20 years Killer Stuart McKellar Cameron has finally admitted harbouring a “deep-seated resentment” of Asian women when he terrorized four victims 20 years ago in North York. The sexual predator was considered an enigma — a soft-spoken, seemingly law-abiding father of three — when he admitted murdering Taiwanese student Tina Wu and almost killing her 14-year-old sister Theresa on July 27, 2000. Cameron also attacked two other Asian women in separate home invasions in ’99 and 2000. No one could determine why the shy part-time carpet cleaner unleashed gratuitous, escalating violence against four innocent women — all of whom lived within four kilometres of his home near Fairvew Mall.'' ''At a National Parole Board hearing in November 2019, Cameron, who is of Guyanese indigenous and Scottish descent, was granted unescorted temporary absence passes to attend an indigenous healing lodge at Kwikwexelhp Healing Village — a minimum security institution at Harrison Mills, B.C., where the focus is on spiritual and cultural healing. In 2014, he requested that his race be changed from Latin American to North American Indian and his religion from Christian to Native Spirituality, the board noted.''