A criminal sadist too dangerous to be released

News 20 July, 2017
  • Claudia Berthiaume

    Thursday, 20 July 2017 21:50

    Thursday, 20 July 2017 21:50

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    A criminal sadist who beat, raped, and tortured nine women, and children will not leave their cell to a penitentiary in the Hautes-Laurentides anytime soon, ruled the parole Board.

    Mario Chayer has already served two-thirds of his sentence of 16 years imprisonment. But the 59 year old man can’t get out of prison, as do the majority of the detainees at this stage, because his “social dangerousness” is high.

    “The Commission is confident that you will make, if you are released before the expiration of your sentence, an offence causing death or serious harm to another person “, one reads in the decision rendered in the margin of a hearing held Monday at the penitentiary, La Macaza.

    26 years of crimes

    Between 1978 and 2004, Chayer has been subjected to the worst abuse of nine people from his entourage.

    To chase a boy in an all-terrain vehicle and ride him voluntarily on one leg, forcing a girl to give him a blowjob in the martyrisant, burn a woman’s breasts on a hot bulb, forcing a mother and her daughter to be his sex slaves ; it is only a handful of examples of crimes that man a native of the Mauricie has committed.

    Chayer has also been sentenced in relation to conspiracy to murder against her ex-spouse. At the beginning of his detention, he has also orchestrated two attempts to escape, which failed.

    His parole officer described him as a man impulsive, accepting hard criticism. He doesn’t have a problem of a sexual nature, and his risk of violent re-offending is assessed to be high.

    The employee of correctional services has thus suggested this week that Mario Chayer is still held up at the last day of his sentence, in 2022.

    “After the pronouncement of the sentence, you have verbalized that to your out of jail you “spend” all those who have contributed to your incarceration. […] Moreover, you have demonstrated in the past to be able to take the necessary means, and even extremely violent to achieve your purposes “, noted the commissioners Michel Lalonde and Gilles Roussel.

    Little empathy

    They say they are concerned by the attitude of Chayer to the victims, despite all his years of incarceration.

    “Even if you do not contest the fact of the serious damage sustained by your victims, you still have little empathy for them, and even less when one considers the atrocious character of some of your acts,” write the commissioners.

    Under the act, the case of Chayer will be re-evaluated in two years.