Skip to comments.Two gay inmates at Saskatchewan prison have had their appeal to live together dismissed
Posted on 04/25/2014 5:55:27 PM PDT by rickmichaels
Two Saskatchewan murderers involved in a same-sex relationship behind bars have had their appeal to live together in the same housing unit dismissed.
On Friday, the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan upheld a lower-court ruling that argued the rights of Jean Richer and Leslie Sinobert were not deprived when the Correctional Service of Canada (CSC) transferred both men from a medium to a minimum security facility and placed them in separate housing units.
Richer, 46, is serving a life sentence for murder and Sinobert, 62, an indeterminate sentence, also for murder, for decades-old offences.
In May, a prison official denied their request to live together in the same housing unit at Riverbend a minimum security facility on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Penitentiary near Prince Albert.
Speaking for the court, Justice Stuart Cameron said Richer and Sinobert didnt make the case that the administrative decision was a violation of their liberty.
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Burn in hell. Murdering scum, of course you wouldn’t get this. EVEN IN CANADA!
A match made in heaven?
why are inmates having a sexual relationship in jail? why is this even permitted? it sure the heck is not standard op procedure. why do they think they’re entitled to a sexual relationship in jail? they aren’t.
cruel.....and unusual.....punishment? to keep the apart
“cruel.....and unusual.....punishment? to keep the apart
The cruel and unusual punishment would be the poor slobs in the next cell having to listen to their, uh, romance.
that WOULD be most cruel and MOST unusual indeed!!
Let’em live together.
Just don’t separate’em when the breakup comes.