'Breach him forever,' probation service warned about Ottawa Valley triple murderer

'Breach him forever,' probation service warned about Ottawa Valley triple murderer

'Breach him forever,' probation service warned about Ottawa Valley triple murderer Man talked to probation officer about going near abuse victim's home, inquest hears Ontario's probation service says the high-risk intimate-partner abuser who flouted his probation order and went on to murder two ex-partners and a stalking victim should have been considered for more intensive supervision. James Pearson, a probation quality assurance manager, made the admission Thursday while under cross-examination during his third day of testimony at a coroner's inquest examining the killings of Carol Culleton, Anastasia Kuzyk and Nathalie Warmerdam. On Sept. 22, 2015, a man with a known history of gender-based violence murdered all three women in and around Renfrew County after repeatedly failing to attend a program meant to treat intimate-partner abusers. Basil Borutski was convicted of …
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