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Paul Bernardo

Since learning Karla Homolka has been volunteering at an elementary school in Montreal, I've found myself shellshocked by the number of people willing to defend her technical, legal right to privacy. That's downright Canadian of you, but could we stop letting pretty white women in North America literally and figuratively get away with murder?
The news broke earlier this week that Karla Homolka has been living in the Quebec community under the name Leanne Bordelais with her three school-age children. Parents from the community are outraged, and perhaps understandably so.
Attempts to enter a weblink to the book on Amazon produced "We're sorry. The Web address you entered is not a functioning page on our site."
The writing contains detailed descriptions of violence.
Bernardo was sentenced to life in prison in 1995 for the rape and murder of two women.
Paul Bernardo is engaged to be married, according to the Toronto Sun.
Thousands of copies of my book, "The Notorious Bacon Brothers," are gathering dust in a warehouse because of a series of publication bans regarding the Surrey Six murder trial in B.C. I have a few problems with that.
In a rare interview, the father of one of Canada's most notorious serial killers claims freed killer Karla Homolka got away
One of Canada's most notorious serial killers is reportedly looking for a somewhat more mellow place to do his time. Paul
Lena Dunham, filmmaker and creator of HBO hit Girls, got into some trouble when she tweeted a joke about going for Halloween