Matthew de Grood has been found not criminally responsible (NCR) in the stabbing deaths of five young people, after a judge ruled he had “lost touch with reality” at a 2014 house party in Calgary's Brentwood neighbourhood.
The family of Rosemarie “Kim” Junor, a 28-year-old Toronto woman killed in an unprovoked attack in the city’s underground PATH system, say they are stunned by a decision to allow their daughter’s killer more privileges in the community.
The appeal court says the Ontario Review Board considered all the required factors last year in granting Ayanle Hassan Ali permission to attend Mohawk College unaccompanied while he continues to be held at a secure Hamilton hospital.
Matthew de Grood has been found not criminally responsible in the stabbing deaths of five people at a Calgary house party in 2014. The Crown says it is considering designating de Grood high-risk NCR; here is what that could mean for the 24-year-old.