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Allan Schoenborn not designated a "high-risk accused"; family of victims horrified - News1130

COQUITLAM (NEWS 1130) – A BC Supreme Court judge has rejected the Crown's request that a child killer be given the “high risk” designation. Justice Martha Devlin of the BC Supreme Court says Allan Schoenborn does not pose a high enough risk that he ...and more »

Judge rejects bid to designate father who killed his 3 children as high risk - News1130

Allan Schoenborn is shown in an undated RCMP handout photo. A judge has rejected an application to have a British Columbia man designated a high-risk accused after he was found not criminally responsible for killing his three children nine years ago ...and more »

Child-killer Allan Schoenborn won't be designated 'high-risk accused' - Globalnews.ca

WATCH: Allan Schoenborn, the man who killed his 3 children nine years ago, will not be designated a high-risk accused. Jordan Armstrong is at the BC Supreme Court in New Westminster with reaction to the decision from the victims' family. X. - A A + ...and more »

Judge rules child killer Allan Schoenborn not 'high-risk accused' - CBC.ca

A B.C. Supreme Court justice has ruled child killer Allan Schoenborn does not meet the criteria for the high-risk accused designation. Schoenborn was convicted of killing his three children, aged five to 10, in a Merritt trailer home in 2008. He was ...and more »

High-risk label denied for triple killer - The Tri-City News

A mother whose three children were murdered by their father warned the Tri-Cities today about his possible release on day passes. Outside BC Supreme Court in New Westminster, Mike Clarke and Stacy Galt — relatives of mother Darcie Clarke — read from ...and more »

Judge to determine whether Allan Schoenborn will be designated a "high risk accused" - News1130

COQUITLAM (NEWS 1130) – The man who killed his three children in their home in Merritt nine years ago is expected back in court today. A BC Supreme Court judge is set to rule on whether or not to designate Allan Schoenborn a “high risk accused.” The ...and more »