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Supreme Court justice in Prince George, B. The courtroom was packed for the sentencing hearing Tuesday as the Crown asked the serial killer to be placed on the National Sex Offender Registry. During sentencing, B. Supreme Court Justice Glen Parrett pointed out the "faint hope clause" to Legebokoff, which could allow him to apply for parole after serving 15 years in prison. The provision was repealed in for multiple murders, but the murders in this case were committed before the law was changed.

Parrett told the court this case was one of his most difficult tasks, given the horrendous nature of the crime. An emotional Parrett , his voice cracking during sentencing, had to pause and reach for a glass of water before continuing. The B. Supreme Court justice said there was no reasonable doubt as to who had murdered the victims — three women and one girl. Referencing Legebokoff's explanation that other men, identified only as X, Y and Z, committed the actual murders, Parrett told the court, "Nothing is ever his fault. There is no evidence. Parrett also weighed in on calls for a national inquiry into the issue of missing and murdered women that would include both aboriginal and non-aboriginal victims.

He pointed out that the budget for the RCMP's Highway of Tears investigation — looking into 18 murdered and missing women and girls — has been reduced by 84 per cent. A spokesman for B. The mother of five was found dead in a gravel pit off Otway Road, on the outskirts of Prince George, in Natasha Montgomery, 23, originally from Quesnel, was reported missing in August Cynthia Maas, 35, went missing in September Her remains were found in L.

Gunn Park, in a remote area of Prince George, the following month. Police only cracked those cases after the death of a year-old girl from Fraser Lake who had met Legebokoff online. The teen, Loren Leslie, was found dead on a remote logging road just off Highway 27 near Vanderhoof, B. Legebokoff was arrested after an RCMP officer stopped him after he was spotted turning onto the highway from that unused logging road.

The officer reported seeing a blood smear on Legebokoff's face and legs, and there was a pool of blood in the truck. A conservation officer, suspecting poaching, went up the logging road to investigate and found Leslie's body. Legebokoff had pleaded guilty to four counts of second-degree murder in B. Supreme Court, testifying that he was present at the deaths of the three women and the teenage girl, but that he did not commit the murders.

Legebokoff , who was 19 when the first murder took place, is among Canada's youngest serial killers but is not the youngest on record. In , year-old Peter Woodcock was imprisoned for the rape and murder of three young children in Toronto. He was found not guilty by reason of insanity and spent the rest of his life behind bars, but still managed to kill another inmate before his own death in Social Sharing. Federal program focuses on 'root causes' of missing, murdered aboriginal women Highway of Tears communities want fixes from B. Related Stories Cody Legebokoff guilty of 4 counts of 1st degree murder Many serial killers call West Coast home Cody Legebokoff trial: jury deliberating Cody Legebokoff's 2nd-degree murder guilty pleas rejected by Crown Cody Legebokoff admits being present at deaths of women Cody Legebokoff had blood on face, legs when arrested, Crown says.

External Links B. Supreme Court: R v. Cody Alan Legebokoff - Reasons for Sentence.

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