No day parole for murderer Alexandre Dionne
Alexandre Dionne, guilty of murder squalor of a pharmacist in Sainte-Adèle in 2012, was refused to stay in a halfway house by the Parole Board of Canada.
Worried about the lack of introspection of the murderer Alexandre Dionne, the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) refuses that he leaves the penitentiary to stay in a halfway house.
The young man was 17 years old when he brutally murdered a semi-retired pharmacist from Sainte-Adèle in 2012.
At the time, the; teenager had shared his plan, called Mexico, with his friends. He planned to kidnap and rob his neighbor, 60-year-old Gary Quenneville, in order to go on a trip. He eventually beat and strangled him.
Ten years later, Alexandre Dionne, 28, seems to be on the right track, according to the PBC, which however detects a certain coldness when he evokes his sordid crime. As if you weren't directly concerned, the commissioners write in their report. act, they conclude by enjoining the prisoner to do a deep and sincere reflection on the reasons which led him to go after his victim.
On September 14, Alexandre Dionne tried to convince the CLCC that he was ready to stay in a halfway house in Abitibi-Témiscamingue in order to obtain a diploma of professional studies in felling and wood shaping. .
According to his case management team, his risk of recidivism is low on day parole. He is motivated, knew how to develop his introspection and showed empathy towards the relatives of the victim.