Parole granted for man jailed over wife’s murder
Pine Island man sentenced to 2 ½ years in prison over wife’s murder
He was found guilty of killing Michelle, who disappeared from her Pine Island home in October 2007, with a blunt instrument.
In October 2012, she left her boyfriend’s home in Lake Zurich and was last seen at a party at his home in Port Hope.
His first wife, Trish, 30, was killed in an armed robbery at a Pine Island bar in November 2006, and his second wife, Jill, 25, was last seen in a wooded area of Stowburn, in the north east of the province.
During the trial, Mr Justice Smith and Justice Ian MacDonald described Michelle as an ‘attractive’ blonde woman with ‘beautiful features’.
‘She was intelligent,’ the judge said.
The judge added: ‘You seem to have a natural ability for communication.’
But Mr Justice Smith rejected a defence argument that Mr Justice MacPhee should not have considered the long term consequences of his sentence and suggested the sentence should be su더킹카지노spended for six years to remove the’stigma’.
He accepted Mr Smith had acted ‘egregiously’ and said: ‘If you feel there was a long-term impact on your health, and you were depressed that was part of the punishment for this case, I think it would be appropriate to give a prison term.’
The sentences were handed down after a seven-week trial at Ballylao gaol, following a three-week trial at Doonbeg gaol.
Mr Justice MacPhee said he could not ‘imagine» what Mrs 카지노 사이트May must have been going through mentally when she left for work and did not return home.
He said she had ‘an inability to give a reasoned account’.
The court heard Ms May had no contact with the police, the coroner or gardaí for at least six months before she disappeared, despite being questioned and interviewed by the Garda Síochána and the family.
On October 3, 2007 she had taken the same train to work the next day, returning to Pine Island on October 13, as did her husband, whom she and Trish had met on a tour of England in 2008.
She and Trish then went back to work the following day.
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