The Canadian Supreme Court has sent the case of two men convicted of the murder of three families back to the Alberta Court of Appeals.
Last year, a court in Alberta subsequently imposed 50 years’ imprisonment on parole before Jason Krause and Joshua Frank applied for release.
Last month, the Supreme Court called it unconstitutional and cruel and revoked federal law that continuously grants parole.
Today, the High Court has ordered the Court of Appeals to deal with the decisions of the two men in the light of recent decisions.
Klaus and Frank were convicted of three first-class murders each after the bodies of Klaus’ father and sister were found in a burnout farm near Reddia, Arta in 2013.
The body of his mother was never found.