Imprisoned cop killer Laurie Ann Bell (inset), who was caught consorting with a male prison guard the last time she was free on early release from prison, is getting another shot at freedom. This time, not surprisingly, she’s being ordered to report all “intimate relationships and friendships” to her parole supervisor, with whom she has to make contact at least four times a month. An internal parole document (available after the jump) sets out all the conditions, including the requirement that she stay at a halfway house.
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Cop killer Laurie Bell (inset) lied about her ‘boy.’ Confronted by her parole officer with the allegation that she was secretly having an affair with a federal prison guard she met while behind bars in Edmonton, Bell “vehemently denied any involvement,” according to a parole board decision made April 3, 2009 (read the whole decision after the jump). The document explains the decision to throw Bell, who has been free on statutory release for a year, back behind bars. One tidbit of evidence: There were phone numbers for the prison guard in Bell’s cellphone listed under ‘my boy.’
You heard it here first: The National Parole Board has revoked the release of cop killer Laurie Ann Bell [previous post]. She confessed to having an affair with a male prison guard that continued after she was released from prison. When she was first questioned, she lied to her parole officer and a parole supervisor,...
Keeper-kept sex isn’t unusual in Canada’s federal penitentiaries, so the tale of Mountie-killer Laurie Ann Bell consorting with a male prison guard at the Edmonton Institution for Women shouldn’t be shocking.
Cop killer Laurie Ann Bell (inset) is an impulsive, drug-addled alcoholic who has contempt for the courts and has shown little remorse or understanding of the impact of her crimes, National Parole Board records reveal (read them after the jump). Now she’s at the centre of a prison-sex scandal. She was released from penitentiary in March 2008, after serving two thirds of her 10-year sentence for manslaughter in the death of RCMP officer Dennis Strongquill in 2001. He was a 52-year-old father of six. Bell, 27, is back behind bars, her release suspended, because she’s accused of having a secret affair with a male prison guard at the Edmonton Institution for Women, where she had been locked up.