Quebec City man charged with woman’s murder was on day parole for ex-spouse’s brutal slaying

A man charged with killing a Quebec City sex worker was allowed to have what the Parole Board of Canada deemed “inappropriate” sexual relations with women — despite the “serious and worrisome risk.”

Sandra Wesley, the director of Stella, a Montreal-based sex workers’ organization, said the case is “very concerning” because the parole board appears to have given Gallese tacit permission to hire prostitutes, knowingly putting them at risk.

“They identified that this man was a potential danger to women and wasn’t ready to have proper relationships with women but figured that he could then go see sex workers.”

Source: Quebec City man charged with woman’s murder was on day parole for ex-spouse’s brutal slaying | CBC News

Ed: similar decisions made here in Australia: https://www.news.com.au/national/western-australia/judge-grants-edward-latimer-permission-to-see-sex-workers/news-story/33d8928a8304c130a6579be70e58de9e?

https://www.austlii.edu.au/cgi-bin/viewdoc/au/cases/wa/WASC/2019/241.html?fbclid=IwAR2JFMd_Z2mePPTVyPxQG2HmOrEjldpsYbO36L_S7fS83PATM3bQOtYW5hA

 

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