REPORT: Killer Terri-Lynne McClintic Out Of Healing Lodge, Now Back In Prison

Tori Stafford’s father Rodney Stafford says he was told this morning that McClintic is back behind bars.

Terri-Lynne McClintic – who brutally murdered Tori Stafford – is back behind bars.

Tori Stafford’s father Rodney Stafford reportedly told CTV that McClintic was taken from the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge to the Edmonton Institute for Women on Wednesday evening.

Said Stafford, “She took the life of an innocent child who spent the last three hours of her life scared to death. She deserves to be behind bars.”

McClintic had previously been moved to the healing lodge, which caused massive outrage throughout Canada. The healing lodge had no fences, and children were present at the location.

Additionally, the healing lodge was supposed to be only for Indigenous People, and McClintic had reportedly lied about being Indigenous in order to be transferred there.

The Trudeau Government had initially said they had no control over transfers, but the fact McClintic was moved so quickly shows that public pressure played a big role in getting the disgraceful affront to justice corrected.

Spencer Fernando

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NancyW

Thank you Spencer, this is terrible good news.

Rudy

It is good news, but Trudeau is only doing this because an election is coming up. Don’t think things will get better if he is re-elected! He already has bill C-76 that will allow non-citizens to vote, and without proper ID. No wonder why he wants to increase ‘illegal’ immigration! I hope all Canadians don’t fall for his drama teacher ethics.

lisa

Back where she belongs..should have NEVER been released!!!

rob j

too bad ………… so sad lol

Ivan Hawkes

The healing lodge was NOT established to help monsters, it was established to help heal people who had gone astray from a realistic outlook on themselves. The government made it that the healing lodge had no say as to who gets in.