A camel fornicating ass-in-the-air-5-times-a-day worshiper of the pedophile prophet is found not criminally responsible for killing and attempting to decapitate a firefighter.
Canadians are proving that they have no problem putting the noose around their own cultural necks. It won’t be long and they’ll be kicking the chair out from under themselves.
I’m getting tired of these “get out of jail free” cards used by ragheads called “mental health issues” allowing them to get away with committing horrid crimes.
I honestly have no problem either incarcerating for life or putting to death anyone for crimes they commit, mental state aside.
Nabil Huruy, 26, had been charged with first-degree murder in the death of Dominic Parker, a 45-year-old father of two daughters.
The court heard that Huruy and the victim did not know each other, but that Huruy repeatedly stabbed Parker after he sat down next to him at the Rotana café.
Huruy then fled in a taxi.
He wasn’t so “crazy” as to not know to flee.
Superior Court Justice Ian Nordheimer made it clear in his Dec. 10 in ruling that Parker had not provoked Huruy.
In his ruling finding Huruy not criminally responsible, Nordheimer said experts concluded that the accused did not know that his actions were morally wrong, and he probably suffers from schizophrenia.
Huruy had previously made statements about people and the government being after him, Nordheimer wrote.
Sounds like Nabil is blaming Western governments and Islamophobia. The default position of jihadis and leftists.
“Mr. Huruy was paranoid, had armed himself with two knives and was the subject of delusions, including hearing voices,” the judge wrote. “He believed there were people, apparently on behalf of the government, who were intent on causing him harm, if not death.”
Given the verdict, Huruy will now fall under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Review Board which will decide in which mental health institution Huruy will be kept in custody.
Parker’s widow, Zilla, said in a statement posted to Facebook that she doesn’t know whether justice has been done with last week’s verdict.
What she does know, she said, is that this case highlights the need for more understanding of mental health issues and more resources.
“We need more funding in our healthcare system, more funding for research, more education and awareness,” she said.
“There is obviously a huge need for improvement on our current system. This is the conversation I believe we should be having. Maybe we can prevent this tragedy from happening to another family.”
Huruy’s behaviour was abnormal just days before the incident, Nordheimer wrote in his ruling. He was found on the roof of a school with bags of clothing he had taken from a mosque. He told police he had been on the roof playing soccer. Police gave him a trespass notice.
That same day, he was standing on an overpass above Highway 401, with a large ring around his neck. He told police the ring was part of him, wrote Nordheimer, and said he had a special attraction to the highway because it was called the Highway of Heroes.
The president of the Markham Professional Firefighters Association told the Star that Parker’s death was a loss to the entire department.
“He truly was a wonderful guy,” said Jeremy Acton. “He had no enemies. He was living the dream and loved everything he was doing.”
The judge acknowledged at the end of his ruling that the verdict will bring little comfort to Parker’s family.
“Here the family and friends of Dominic Parker are left to know that they lost their loved one for no reason, other than he was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time,” Nordheimer wrote.
“It is a fate that could have befallen any other person who was in that café at that time, or, indeed, it could have befallen any other person who happened to encounter Mr. Huruy, while he was in his delusional state, and thus become a perceived threat to him.
“That reality will be of little comfort to the family and friends of Dominic Parker, but it is the reality that we currently live under when severe mental illness is not diagnosed and treated before such a tragedy strikes.”