TORONTO – The families of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy are bracing themselves for what they know is going to be a difficult summer.
Round one for Doug French was hearing Karla Homolka has been volunteering at the school her kids attend. But round two is coming in a couple of months, when Homolka’s killer ex-husband Paul Bernardo makes his bid for parole — some 25 years after the murders of his daughter and Mahaffy.
French is not looking forward to it.
He can’t even understand why Bernardo’s getting one.
“I thought he was determined a dangerous offender? But everybody gets a parole hearing.”
French said he’s preparing for the worst.
“You mark my words, he will get a day pass or an afternoon pass or something,” he said. “I suspect it will happen.”
The thought of it makes him sick.