Supreme Court of Canada rules life without parole cruel and illegal

The Supreme Court of Canada struck down the punishment of life in prison without parole for mass murderers today. The ruling came during a review of the case of Alexandre Bissonnette, found guilty of killing six worshippers at a Quebec Mosque in 2017. Abigail Bimman tells us why the court finds his punishment “unconstitutional.”

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