Alberta: in the shade for at least 15 years after a brutal attack

News 20 January, 2018
  • QMI agency

    Saturday, 20 January, 2018 13:31

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    EDMONTON, Alberta | A drug addict has been sentenced to life in prison, in Edmonton, in connection with the murder of a man he attacked in a brutal way and not caused in 2012 in a school bus in alberta’s capital.

    Jeremy Lyle Newborn, who killed John Hollar, 29, may 6, 2012, will be able to apply for parole in 15 years, reported on Friday the “Edmonton Journal”.

    The victim died two days after the attack occurred a few seconds after it was boarded, that showed the images captured by the surveillance camera of the bus.

    The other passengers were seen Hollar get kick punched and kicked before his attacker did the trampling.

    The latter lives with a developmental disability, but the judge denied the defence request that his client may not be able to go to a life sentence because of his mental state. He would have such a low iq and was abused sexually during her childhood. At 9 years old, according to his lawyer, the accused consumed already of alcohol, and later he became a drug addict, becoming a follower of methamphetamine.