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Monday, 22 November 2010

Killer gangster gets life, but is eligible for parole in 10 years

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Killer gangster gets life, but is eligible for parole in 10 years: "Convicted killer Mindy Bhandher wiped away tears as a B.C. Supreme Court judge sentenced him to life in prison Friday with no hope of parole for 10 years.
Justice Gail Dickson rejected a Crown argument that Bhandher should have a longer parole ineligibility period because of his admitted history as a gun-toting gangster who trafficked cocaine and smuggled marijuana into the U.S.
In fact, Dickson said she believed Bhandher, a 32-year-old Surrey dad, was sincerely remorseful for the January 2008 slaying of Sunny Bains.
And she accepted that the shooting was not premeditated, but rather 'an impulsive killing committed by an intoxicated Mr. Bhandher.'"

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