Latimer still defends killing daughter

 CBC News

Saskatchewan farmer Robert Latimer stands by his decision to end the life of his severely disabled daughter almost 20 years ago, in his first interview since being released on full parole in December.

In an exclusive interview with Radio-Canada (the CBC’s French service), Latimer is unrepentant about killing his daughter Tracy in 1993. He also speaks frankly about his deep anger towards Canada’s justice system, and its failings.

"I know I was right," Latimer, 57, declares to journalist Anne-Marie Dussault, in the 40-minute interview.

Robert Latimer, now 57, has no regrets about his daughter

Robert Latimer, now 57, has no regrets about his daughter’s death. (Radio-Canada)

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/montreal/story/2011/02/17/robert-latimer-defends-decision-to-kill-disabled-daughter.html#ixzz1EJsXcR7f

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