An Albertan teen who killed her parents and younger brother when she was 12 is a low risk for future violence and will be allowed to live in the community, a judge decided Tuesday at her sentence review.
The girl, who cannot be named, and her then-boyfriend Jeremy Steinke, who was 23, carried out the attack on her parents and eight-year-old brother at the family’s Medicine Hat, Alta. home in 2006.
She was convicted in 2007 of three counts of first-degree murder and began her 10-year-sentence at a psychiatric hospital.
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