Persuasive Essay On Karla Homolka

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Child killer Karla Homolka has a baby A woman who has taken away the lives of three innocent children now creates one. Canadian serial killer convicted of manslaughter following a plea bargain in the 1991 and 1992 rape-murders of two Ontario teenage girls, Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French, as well as the rape and death of her own sister Tammy is now a mother of a baby boy. Karla Homolka may be “normal” yet she is still a criminal and should not have the rights to raise a child. Despite the fact that Karla has been subjected to numerous amounts of tests and evaluations all proving that she is “normal” there is still no possible way to determine if she will re-offend. Homolka’s chances of re-offending may be low, yet this chance still remains.…show more content…
Has anyone ever done research on the physiological damage a child can experience once found that his / her parent was a serial killer? Homolka’s new identity and name are now out in the open and hiding a life or crime now a days may not be that easy especially if you’re Canada’s most hated women. Homolka may raise this child well; but the disappointment & resentment he will feel towards her when he is old enough to realize what his mother has done can be traumatizing. And even thought Homolka’s actions have nothing to do with him, he will potentially be rejected, ridiculed and embarrassed within society. He will be seen as the child of a killer. Karla Homolka should not be around children period. Homolka should not be allowed around schools, playgrounds or any other public outings. What happens when Homolka’s child goes to kindergaden, or school and makes friends with other children. What are the risks involved in those children being around Homolka and her son. How can our justice system allow a killer to walk amongst us, amongst children, and let alone raise her own child. If it was not for the pathetic plea bargain of twelve years, Karla would still be in jail. And therefore should still be treated and monitored as a

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