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spaminator
#121
MANDEL: Narcissistic killer Dellen Millard recognized as a lost cause
Michele Mandel
Published:
December 19, 2018
Updated:
December 19, 2018 8:38 AM EST
Once again, Dellen Millard will enter the history books.
The narcissistic serial killer must love that – though we wonder how much comfort that will bring as he looks at spending the rest of his sorry life behind bars.
At 14, he made the newspapers for being Canada’s youngest pilot. Almost two decades later, he’s set a more nefarious record: Millard has become the first murderer in Ontario sentenced to three consecutive life terms with no chance of parole for 75 years.
To which the haggard Millard simply smirked and turned his eyes to the ceiling.
Crown wants triple killer Millard jailed until at least age 102
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What an ignoble ending for the privileged playboy poised to inherit the aviation maintenance business his father Wayne Millard was building for his only child and heir. Instead of gratitude, he shot his father through the eye and made it look like a suicide, just as coldly as he murdered his former Toronto girlfriend Laura Babcock and Ancaster stranger Tim Bosma.
Along with his partner-in-crime, Mark Smich, Millard is already serving two consecutive life sentences for killing Babcock and Bosma and incinerating their remains in The Eliminator. Does it really matter that he was sentenced to a third consecutive — rather than a concurrent — life term for murdering his dad?
That he’ll now have to wait 75 years and not 50 before he can apply for release?
Laura Babcock, left, and Tim Bosma were murdered by Dellen Millard and Mark Smich, juries found.
Barring any slim chance on appeal, the 33-year-old was never going to know freedom again either way. But this was a message that you don’t get to take a life for free — and certainly not that of your own ailing father.
Now Millard will be 102 before he can apply for release.
There was a sense of finality and satisfaction as Ontario Superior Court Justice Maureen Forestell delivered her sentence to a courtroom filled with media, victims’ relatives and even some jurors from the Babcock trial.
“Dellen Millard has repeatedly committed the most serious offence known to our law,” she said.
“He has done so with considerable planning and premeditation. In the murder of his father, he took advantage of the vulnerability of his father and betrayed his father’s trust in him.”
The gun used in Wayne Millard’s death is shown at the murder trial of Dellen Millard. (Court supplied photo)
The killer’s lawyer had argued that a third consecutive life sentence would be unfairly harsh and would remove any incentive for good behaviour or rehabilitation.
The judge, though, recognized Millard as a lost cause whose chances of being rehabilitated are “so faint’ that they didn’t even enter the equation.
Laura Babcock, left, and Tim Bosma were murdered by Dellen Millard and Mark Smich, juries found.
”Mr. Millard committed three planned and deliberate murders in a period of less than one year,“ she said.
”It is necessary to impose a further penalty in order to express society’s condemnation of each of the murders that he has committed and to acknowledge the harm done to each of the victims. It is not unduly long and harsh.“
Convicted killer Dellen Millard. Facebook
Millard was handcuffed for the final time in this courthouse and led away to applause.
It’s been such a long road: First a Hamilton trial that saw Millard and Smich convicted for the senseless thrill kill of Bosma and then two Toronto trials — the sensational jury trial last year where he unsuccessfully represented himself on charges he murdered the missing Babcock and then the judge-alone conviction in September for killing his father.
”Today is a great day for justice,“ Crown attorney Jill Cameron told reporters.
”We are relieved that the last chapter of this lengthy saga has come to an end.“
Linda Babcock, left, mother of murder victim Laura Babcock, and Crown Jill Cameron, who prosecuted Dellen Millard, speak to the media after Millard’s sentencing on Tuesday December 18, 2018. Stan Behal/Toronto Sun
Cameron was assigned these cases back in 2014 and along with Ken Lockhart, prosecuted Millard for both the murders of Babcock and his father.
She never let him get in her head, she said, even as he sashayed about the courtroom pretending to be a lawyer. She knew she bore the trust and hopes of the victims’ families.
”The trials were incredibly intense. We didn’t sleep a lot and we worried a lot and we worked a lot,“ she explained later in an interview. ”It’s a huge relief to be able to move on from all this.“
The end, though, comes with no satisfying answers.
The spoiled rich kid had it all — why would he go on to kill three people? Was it out of boredom? Sport? A cocky belief that he could get away with anything?
”I really don’t know,“ said Det. Sgt. Mike Carbone.
”We may never know. I think that’s the bottom line.“
mmandel@postmedia.com
http://torontosun.com/news/local-new...eath-of-father
 
taxslave
+2
#122
so the ever suffering taxpayers is on the hook for three hots and a cot for 50 years or so. How much does 20ft of resuasble rope cost?
 
Twin_Moose
#123
Still cheaper than a 126 person delegation to a Climate change meeting in Poland that accomplished nothing but agree to give more Canadian taxpayer money to 3rd world countries under the guise of Carbon credits. At least this money means this dude will never see the light of day again.
 
Twin_Moose
#124
Both taxpayer sinkholes should see the axe IMO
 
JLM
#125
Quote: Originally Posted by spaminator View Post

MANDEL: Narcissistic killer Dellen Millard recognized as a lost cause
Michele Mandel
Published:
December 19, 2018
Updated:
December 19, 2018 8:38 AM EST
Once again, Dellen Millard will enter the history books.
The narcissistic serial killer must love that – though we wonder how much comfort that will bring as he looks at spending the rest of his sorry life behind bars.
At 14, he made the newspapers for being Canada’s youngest pilot. Almost two decades later, he’s set a more nefarious record: Millard has become the first murderer in Ontario sentenced to three consecutive life terms with no chance of parole for 75 years.
To which the haggard Millard simply smirked and turned his eyes to the ceiling.
Crown wants triple killer Millard jailed until at least age 102

mmandel@postmedia.com
http://torontosun.com/news/local-new...eath-of-father


Right there is full justification for reinstating the death penalty!
 

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