Russell Williams collects pension and still owes victims group

Convicted former colonel receives $60,000 annually


 

Russell Williams is in the crosshairs of a collection agency seeking payment of an $8,000 victim surcharge. Williams, who is serving two life sentences after his conviction on charges of first-degree murder, rape, sexual assault, burglary, has not paid the surcharge despite the fact he still collects an annual military pension of $60,000. Steve Sullivan, executive director of Ottawa Victims Services, says it’s a “little tough to swallow” that one of Canada’s most depraved criminals in recent times receives a pension while most criminals don’t, adding that Williams “would certainly be aware of the surcharge.”

Toronto Star


 
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Russell Williams collects pension and still owes victims group

  1. I wouldn't expect anything less, even his wife expected reimbursement for damages that the police made on "her dream home floor" during the search for evidence. Jeez, why don't they just garnish his pension…enough already!

  2. Once your a member of the "bunch", you are always protected. Half our leaders would be jailed, if the law, applied to the people, was applied to the elite. The turdeau cretin legacy.

  3. To add to my original post, $8,800 is such a small amount to pay those victims they deserve a gazillion more dollars than that, shame!

  4. There is no justice in Canada.

    • TELL THE PROFILERS TO PAY FOR IT SINCE THEIR THE ONES PROFITING FROM THIS

  5. When you have a phoney Charter as the compass of your legal system, this type of things will happen.

    Charter is a covwer up.