OTTAWA -- The son of a woman who was raped, strangled and left to rot in the woods has been blacklisted from the killer's parole hearing.
Jeremy Mead, who was six years old when he watched his mom brutally assaulted at gunpoint, is barred from the May 27 hearing in Toronto because he wrote a victim's impact statement deemed "disturbing" by officials at Correctional Service of Canada.
Now 28, the Windsor man says he was only venting his anger in writing for the first time and has no intention of acting out violently.
"If you've been through what I've been through, you're probably going to say some stuff you shouldn't say," he told Sun Media.
Mead wrote the first impact statement this past December, after learning Richard Raymond Babinski was permitted day passes to attend cultural events. It was the first time Mead had put pen to paper to express how his mom's murder traumatiz
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