BORUTSKI SENTENCING HEARING TO BEGIN TUESDAY IN PEMBROKE
12/4/2017 2:39:40 PM


For the man convicted of murdering three women in Renfrew County in 2015, life in prison is a certainty. The only thing still undetermined, is when he might be eligible for parole. Basil Borutski's sentencing hearing is set for tomorrow and Wednesday in Pembroke court. Life sentences are automatic with murder convictions, and Borutski has three of them. Judges are allowed to impose consecutive 25-year periods of parole ineligibility in cases of multiple murder convictions. When deciding whether to do this, they consider recommendations from the jury, as well as factors such as the offender's character. The 60 year old Borutski was convicted last month of first degree murder in the killings of 36-year-old Anastasia Kuzyk and 48-year-old Nathalie Warmerdam and of second degree murder in the death of 66-year-old Carol Culleton.
   

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