Shoeshine boy killer rejected for escorted day passes

  Toronto Sun 

Notorious shoeshine boy killer Saul Betesh lost his bid for escorted temporary absences — his first attempt to secure a sniff of freedom since  being sentenced to life in prison for the 1977 sex slaying of Emanuel Jaques. Betesh, 68, appeared before a Parole Board of Canada panel in British Columbia’s Pacific Institution to ask for escorted […]

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