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A Prince Albert A man who admitted to killing his parents and seven-year-old son and attempting to kill his then-five-year-old daughter was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 25 years.
The court heard on Wednesday Nathaniel Carrier went into his parents’ home on March 28, 2020 and turned off their security cameras.
Carrier then cut the throats of his father Denis Carrier, his mother Sandra Henry, his son Bentlee, and his daughter Kendrah. The little girl was the only one who survived.
Kendrah’s mother and former Carrier partner, Heather-Lynn Sumners, said Kendrah was doing “amazing”.
“She’s almost got her voice back. She’s just a normal kid now,” Sumners said.
Nathaniel Carrier admits to killing his parents, son in Prince Albert, Sask.
Days before the murders, Carrier made a suicide pact with a woman he met online.
According to an agreed statement of fact, Carrier decided to end his life, saying his children would be better off with him in the afterlife.
Carrier was convinced that the COVID-19 pandemic would mean the end of the world.
Sumners first said Carrier was a great dad, but he’d become a monster.
Carrier cried in court when Sumners asked how he could have turned against their two loving and caring children.
There’s more to come.
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