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What's with these short sentences in Canada?

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I hope she was required, by law, to tell her current husband about her past. What a terrible, disgusting woman. This is why all murderers should be locked up for life and never allowed out. Everyone makes mistakes, but if someone commits murder, they should not be allowed out of prison ever again.

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2 years for killing someone? maybe i am misunderstanding?

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Others get 20 years for rape.

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She's a threat to society if I ever saw one.

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Similar story for me, embarrassing though. No one knows the reason or actual guilt but just suspicion of guilt. My great great grandma who passed aaway in 1958, had 5 husbands and each one of the died 2-5 years apart from one another. Bad luck? Doubt it, that would be a billion to one chance they were all natural.

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My grandma had 5 hubbies with a similar spacing too, but.no suspicions - just lousy luck. One was a railroader who was crushed between freight cars, ond died in a construction accident, one during WW-2, one of a heart attack and #5 outlived her.

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[quote name='SPEhosting' timestamp='1349559006' post='595230463']
2 years for killing someone? maybe i am misunderstanding?
[/quote]Nope. Shes at the end of her life and the government would have to pay for her final health bills. Don't give her that luxury I say.

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[quote name='DocM' timestamp='1350066154' post='595243163']
My grandma had 5 hubbies with a similar spacing too, but.no suspicions - just lousy luck. One was a railroader who was crushed between freight cars, ond died in a construction accident, one during WW-2, one of a heart attack and #5 outlived her.
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wow you thought #4 would of caught on? #5 got lucky...

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[quote name='DocM' timestamp='1350066154' post='595243163']
My grandma had 5 hubbies with a similar spacing too, but.no suspicions - just lousy luck. One was a railroader who was crushed between freight cars, ond died in a construction accident, one during WW-2, one of a heart attack and #5 outlived her.
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I suspect that's very unusual, though.

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Just putting this out there, her lastest husband must have known she murdered her previous husband, what was he thinking by marrying her in the first place?

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My great-grandma had 7 husbands

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moral of the story: some of our grandmothers are DAMN hard on their men!!! ;)
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In Canada, you get more for assault than murder.. might as well go all out.

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