The day after he admitted killing a woman and dumping her body on a rural road, Wayne Ryczak was a free man.
Judge Stephen Glithero sentenced the 55-year-old St. Catharines construction worker to one day in jail Thursday for the death of 29-year-old Stephine Beck.
The one-day sentence is in addition to time Ryczak already served in jail since his March 5, 2007 arrest - time the judge said was equivalent to 30 months.
"Devastated, we're devastated," Beck's mother, Alice Dort, said from her home in Nova Scotia shortly after a police detective broke the news by phone. "This is just so unbelievable."
"There's no justice. None whatsoever. I'm just so disgusted."
The Crown asked for seven to 10 years in jail. Ryczak's lawyer requested two years less a day to be served in the community.
After deliberating for 20 minutes, Glithero said a 30-month sentence in the penitenti
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