Karla Homolka reportedly volunteered at a primary school in Notre-Dame-de-Grâce, according to a report by Breakfast Television and CityNews news .
Homolka, who was imprisoned for participating in the rape and murder of serial killer Paul Bernardo, was reportedly seen several times at the Greaves Adventist Academy attended by his children.
Remaining anonymous, a mother expressed disagreement in the report.
“We do not want her here,” she said.
“How would you feel about your child interacting with a serial killer?” It’s not correct.”
The mother says that several parents have complained to the management, but nothing has changed.
On Tuesday afternoon, Seventh-Day Adventist Church, which runs the school, shared a statement to calm the parents.
“The Seventh-day Adventist conference in Quebec and the Greaves Adventist Academy are committed to providing quality education and enriching learning experiences for our students,” the statement said.
“The school knew everything about Karla Homolka. She is not a regular volunteer, and can never be alone with children, either in school or in church, ” spokeswoman Stan Jensen told CityNews .
Homolka had been chatting in 2016 while she was in Chateauguay with her family. Parents were furious that they had been kept out of secrecy and threatened to remove their children from school if they did not get answers to their complaints.
Remember that in the 1990s Karla Homolka pleaded guilty to a charge of manslaughter in exchange for a 12-year jail sentence for the killings, abductions and rapes of two young Ontario women.