‘I will forever be haunted by what I’ve done,’ Muzzo says at sentencing hearing
An Ontario court heard for the first time from a drunk driver who killed three children and their grandfather at his sentencing hearing on Wednesday.
Marco Muzzo, who has not spoken publicly about the crash since it occurred last Sept. 27, pleaded guilty earlier this month to four counts of impaired driving causing death and two of impaired driving causing bodily harm.
The parents of the deceased children abruptly left the courtroom as Muzzo read his statement in court.
Global’s Caryn Lieberman was there to capture the moment and tweeted his statement below:
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