I promised myself that I would make this a Homolka-free zone - I only posted about her once. I wasn't silly enough to make my Homolka-free zone notion public, because I knew I wanted to comment on her release.
She managed to avoid the media camped outside the "prison" and made her way to CBC Radio Canada (CBC News, I don't want people to think I'm dangerous).
"I cry a lot," she said, speaking in French, "I can't bring myself to forgive myself, I think about what I did and often I think that I don't deserve to be happy because of that."She doesn't want people to think that she is someone dangerous.
She goes on to say she decided "with my lawyers that this [giving an interview] is the best thing to do because I do not want to be hunted down. I don't want people to think that I am someone dangerous who will do something to their children."
She knowingly committed three heinous crimes. She knowingly cut a deal to save her own hide from life behind bars. She cut a deal hoping that her part in the crimes would go undiscovered.
She is a psychopath.
What I don't want to think of is that she's on the streets.