Canadian Serial Killer Volunteering At Her Children’s Elementary School

June 2, 2017
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A Canadian serial killer who was in jail for the rapes and murders of 3 teenage girls (including her sister) in the 1990s has been seen volunteering at her children’s elementary school.

Karla Homolka served 12 years in prison after she was convicted in 1993 of raping, torturing and killing schoolgirls Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy with her husband at the time, Paul Bernardo.

Homolka also played a role in the death of her 15-year-old sister Tammy after she helped Bernardo drug, rape and ultimately kill her.

Homolka, who has split from Bernardo while in jail, was released in 2005 and married her lawyer’s brother Thierry Bordelais.

The 47-year-old, who has 3 children from her second marriage, now reportedly volunteers at the private Christian school in Montreal where her kids are enrolled.

She was seen outside and pictured at Greaves Adventist Academy by the Montreal Gazette this week – much to the outrage of concerned parents.

The convicted serial killer recently helped supervise a group of kindergarten students during a field trip, and on another occasion was reportedly invited into a classroom to show the children how to knit.

Homolka also brought in a dog for a show-and-tell class and was seen dropping and picking her children up from the school.

A Seventh-day Adventist Church spokesman said that the school board was completely aware of Homolka’s history.

She is not a regular volunteer and can never be alone with any children, either in school or churches,” the spokesman said.

“It is protocol for all of our schools across Canada, and most of the world, to do background checks, not only on teachers, but volunteers as well as clergy. As I said, she is not a regular volunteer. Rarely would she have cause to go into the school, and when she is, she is never alone.’

 

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