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Homolka Criticizers Not Welcome Back In School Next Year

Karla Homolka trying to block cameras with her purse. 

Karla Homolka, who was charged with manslaughter and she even served 12 years in a federal prison for it. She pleads guilty to the murder of two schoolgirls Leslie Mahaffy and Kristen French (may they rest in peace). Homolka’s ex-husband Paul Bernardo is serving a life sentence for multiple rapes, and murders.

Homolka was discovered to be living in a town near Montreal called Chateauguay. Her children at the time went to school there and all seemed to be going well for her. However, she was discovered and many residents expressed their concern for her living in the area.

While Homolka still lives in the Chateauguay area (she has every right to live where she wants too), her kids no longer attend the public school.

Karla Homolka reportedly rushed passed reporters when she was in front Greaves Academy in Notre-Dame-De-Grâce.

There was also a woman who was behind her screaming and clapping her hands whilst pacing.

“In the name of Jesus, leave her alone,” she was yelling at the group of reporters. “It is written that every one of us is sinful and we must forgive because God is a forgiving God. Leave her alone.”

The woman was asked to talk to reporters but declined to speak with only saying “I have nothing to say”

Since September, her kids have been attending a private school and on Wednesday she parked her black Honda SUV in front of photographers and rushed her kids into the school and when she came out reporters were trying to take pictures of her but she tried to block the camera by covering the general area with her purse.

Karla Homolka apparently supervised children that were in kindergarten from the Greaves Adventist Academy in March while on a field trip.  According to the Montreal Gazette, she was seen on Wednesday in the schoolyard and allowed the children to pet her dog. She was apparently allowed inside the school to show the dog to the students.  The school is said to have been aware of the criminal past of Homolka.

Some parents told the Montreal Gazette they only found out about it all after a man calling himself a concerned citizen was handing out pamphlets.

One parent who was concerned tried to raise the issues with the school but was told that he was not welcome back when the new school year starts in September.

Andy Maraj, “When I first read the paper, I thought it was a hoax,” “But then I saw her and I saw her walking around with her dog for the children to play with. I told my daughter: ‘This lady, I don’t want you to go near her, please. If she calls you, don’t go near her and call me,’ because I don’t trust the school.” Continued Maraj

Andy Maraj was upset that Karla Homolka was allowed to be inside the school with the children.

“That’s not even supposed to happen because once you have a (criminal) record, you’re not supposed to be in the school,” he mentioned “They could have asked her to stay in the car, and have someone escort her kids into the school, and not bring her dog. And it’s not her fault, it’s (the school’s) fault. It’s really terrible that they would allow this.

He started to discuss Homolka's presence with other parents in the month of April. He also said that on May 2nd he got a letter saying that he is not welcome in the next school year.

Another parent Stéphanie Deligne has a daughter that attends grade 4. said "It's really unacceptable,"
"My daughter was playing with the dog of Karla Homolka, and I was right next to her, but I didn't know who she was." She continued.

Delingne was unhappy that Homolka was allowed in the school as well as with the dog.

Once again the school responded with telling the parent that she would also have to find another school in September for her child.

Deligne said "The administration told me I am being too critical,"

The Montreal Gazette spoke to Greaves Adventist Academy about Homolka’s reported involvement with the school in May. At the time, school superintendent Marc Bouzy said that the school did not receive any complaints.

“The school has been here for a long time and we have never been involved in anything contrary to the proper norms of the students,” Bouzy told the Montreal Gazette. “There is no reason for anyone to be concerned about the way we do things right now for the benefit of the students in our community.

“The ministry only gives permits to schools that are a safe place for students attending. In no way is it an issue for the community.”

The church that runs the school is known as The Seventh Day Adventist Church of Canada. Said to Breakfast Television that Homolka is not a regular volunteer at the school. They also said that she is not allowed to be alone with the children.

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