Judges tells families of triple murder victims, he hopes they and Six Nations can begin to heal

Melissa MIller, Michael Jamieson and Alan Porter. Judge hopes Six Nations will heal, Nicholas Shipman sentenced to 18 years in prison in Six Nations triple murders

WARNING: This article may contain content that some may find disturbing. By Victoria Gray Writer BRANTFORD, ONT- After four years of fear, shock and grief a judge told families of victims of a grisly 2018 triple homicide he knew no sentence that would help their grief or make up for their loss of loved ones, but he hoped the families and the Six Nations community could now start to heal. “They all spoke of the anguish and heartache they have suffered and continue to suffer. The pain, that will never go away. Their lives have been permanently altered. The manner of the deaths heightens the despair,” Justice Paul Sweeny said. “Unfortunately there is no sentence which will assist the friends and family of Melissa, Alan and Michael to overcome their…

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