Friends of Roxanne Louie seek reversal of decision to grant her murderer day parole

By Aaron Hemens  Local Journalism Initiative Reporter  CONTENT WARNING: This story includes content regarding “Canada’s” ongoing genocidal epidemic of MMIWG+ including graphic details. Please look after your spirit and read with care. More than 300 people have signed a petition demanding that the Parole Board of Canada reverse a decision to grant six-month day parole to a woman serving life in prison for murdering syilx mother Roxanne Louie. Laurie Wilson, a syilx community member and friend of Louie, created the petition which says the Parole Board’s process has been “patently unfair and discriminatory against the family of Roxanne Louie and the Okanagan Nation at large.” She writes that Louie’s family and community were not notified or given an opportunity to provide input when killer Grace Robotti was in the process…

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