A woman serving a life sentence for the murder of eight-year-old Tori Stafford says her move from a healing lodge back to a prison was unfair.
Lawyers for Terri-Lynn McClintic filed an application in Edmonton court April 30 asking that the move be declared unlawful.
Speaking to Global News Wednesday, Tori Stafford’s father Rodney Stafford said the decision left him feeling “disgusted.”
Lawyers for Terri-Lynn McClintic have since withdrawn the application.
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