Man who beat, raped, and lit woman on fire has no pattern of brutality: doctor
PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - A psychologist says a man who beat, raped and then set a woman on fire is not necessarily at high risk to reoffend. Dr. Terry Nicholaichuk testified Monday at a hearing to determine whether Leslie Ivan Roderick Black should be declared a dangerous offender. Black pleaded...▶ Full story on winnipegfreepress.com
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