Murdered woman’s sister pleads for no-parole for killer
The sister of a woman murdered in Greenough has welcomed the State Government’s proposed changes to parole laws.
Legislation is being introduced, allowing the Attorney General of the day to defer parole consideration for mass murderers and serial killers, for up to six years at a time.
Karen MacKenzie and her three children were killed by William Patrick Mitchell in 1993, but is up for parole again next year.
Karen’s sister Evalyn Clow told Mornings with Gareth Parker, every three years she is put through the torment of Mitchell’s parole hearings.
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