Allan Dwayne Schoenborn committed a crime so horrendous the judge found he could not be held criminally responsible for his acts, because no reasonable or rationale person could do such a thing. “I find that Mr. Schoenborn did commit the first-degree murder for each of his children … but is not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder,” Justice Robert Powers of B.C. Supreme Court ruled.
A year later, the B.C. father found not criminally responsible for murdering his three children has been granted escorted leave from the psychiatric hospital where he is confined. The B.C. Review Board will allow Allan Schoenborn to take supervised day trips into the community, as the 42-year-old requested at a review hearing Tuesday.
Schoenborn was found not criminally responsible last winter in the murders of his children — aged five, eight and 10 — exactly three years ago today in Merritt, B.C. He has since been diagnosed with delusional disorder and has been receiving treatment at a psychiatric hospital.
In their decision, the review board says Schoenborn may have escorted access to the community, but must not use alcohol or drugs, must not possess a weapon, and can have no contact with his ex-wife.
The hospital director supported Schoenborn’s supervised visits into the community, but says the man still has “unresolved anger issues.”
Regardless of your position on Tim’s Law, no reasonable or rationale person could find this acceptable… Nobody anywhere!
Read the original post on this here first and then contact your local politican.