Comment 87483

By michel (registered) | Posted March 24, 2013 at 00:35:06

Here's something I kept after writing to the Attorney General of Ontario about the cheap price put on life by our laws:

Speeder gets no jail time in death of two women the second of two brothers received an 18-month conditional sentence Wednesday for his role in the horrific crash near Bolton.

Machado’s sentence, handed down by Justice Michael Tulloch, includes nine months of house arrest, a nine-month curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., followed by three years’ probation. The sentence comes with driving restrictions which allow him to drive to and from work, to medical emergencies, to attend religious services and two hours for personal matters on the weekend. Osborne’s wife, Maria-Rosa “Mar” Dalsass, 44, of Palgrave was killed along with her best friend. Cynthia Dougherty, 49, of Beeton, on Oct. 6, 2007.

Last year, Machado’s younger brother, Steven, was sentenced to 22½ months in jail for two counts of criminal negligence causing death and he received a 10-year driving ban.

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