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Bill C54 Passes Second Reading

Statement from Darcie Clarke and Stacy Galt On Bill C54 Passing Second Reading In the House of Commons

Today a vote on the second reading of Bill C54 – Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act – passed the House of Commons by a vote of 242 to 34. We are happy for this progress however call upon the entire House of Commons to join together to unanimously pass this legislation at final reading. Our […]

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Hospital clinical director Dr. Johann Brink said the facility is 'working diligently' to meet WorkSafeBC orders.

Psychiatric hospital violence spikes at B.C. facility

Incidents of violence are increasing at the Forensic Psychiatric Hospital in Port Coquitlam, B.C., worrying both the workers at the facility and the community at large, a CBC News investigation has found. Hospital inspection reports from WorkSafeBC note that workers are routinely punched, kicked, and that there was also one incident of sexual touching by […]

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Statement from Darcie Clarke on the

Statement from Darcie Clarke on the “Honouring Kaitlynne, Max and Cordon” Report

Today’s report, “Honouring Kaitlynne, Max and Cordon”, from the Office of the Representative for Children and Youth outlines a number of improvements on how various departments should communicate and act when dealing with families in crisis. I welcome these changes within the Ministry of Children and Family Development and law enforcement so other families needing […]

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BC's Attorney General, Barry Penner

BC’s Attorney General Comments on Allan Schoenborn

During the BC Liberal Convention in Penticton today (Saturday) Attorney General Barry Penner commented on Allan Schoenborn. Both Darcie Clarke, the mother of the three children murdered by Allan Schoenborn, and Darcie’s cousin Stacy Galt appreciated meeting with Minister Penner in April. Furthermore, they are both looking forward to changes in Provincial and Federal laws […]

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MP James Moore on Mental Health Cases of Allan Schoenborn and Ashley Smith

One on One with MP James Moore at the Tri Cities All Candidates meeting. YouTube responded to TubePress with an HTTP 410 – No longer available

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Attorney General Barry Penner “room to move” with BC Review Board

Attorney General Barry Penner comments on triple child killer Allan Schoenborn’s case while a guest on Vaughn Palmer’s “Voice of BC”. Original air date April 28, 2011. He states there is “room to move” in the way the BC Review Board operates and how the provisions in the Criminal Code of Canada and Charter of […]

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Stacy Galt

Another Open Letter to Dr. Brink

Dr. Johann Brink c/o BC Mental Health & Addictions Research Institute Translational Research Building 3rd Floor – 938 West 28th Avenue Vancouver, BC V5Z 4H4 and Dr. Brink, I wanted to ensure that you had all the latest information on your recommendation that triple child killer, Allan Schoenborn be given supervised leave into […]

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Allan Shoenborn's Next Release Hearing

November 10, 2017


Keep triple child murderer Allan Schoenborn in Custody.

1,468 signatures

Keep Allan Schoenborn In Custody

We, the undersigned, stand with Darcie Clarke in requesting that:

1) Allan Schoenborn NOT be granted access to the community at this time, only three years after he killed his three children.

2) The rights of victims and the security of communities receive stronger consideration in cases of "not criminally responsible" because of mental illness.

3) The Criminal Code of Canada be changed such that
- offenders found not criminally responsible of violent offences are compelled to complete a specified length of treatment in the care of a Government facility,

- victims of crime where the offender was found not criminally responsible -- and their families are notified in advance of any hearings involving the release (escorted or otherwise) of the offender, and

- at least two doctors must concur before the release (escorted or otherwise) of a person found Not criminally responsible.


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