Tori Stafford killer moved from prison to healing lodge

Her's is a name not soon forgotten.

Eight-year-old Tori Stafford of Woodstock was kidnapped, sexually assaulted and murdered back in 2009.

Now there is outrage from her family after learning one of her killers has been moved from the confines of prison to an Aboriginal healing lodge in Saskatchewan.

Family members tell the London Free Press they were informed of the move by Correctional Service Canada.

Terri-Lynne McClintic now spends her days in a place much nicer than prison.

Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge offers independent living, including both single and family units where offenders can have their children with them.

Tori's father, Rodney Stafford, and his supporters are now planning a protest on Parliament Hill for November 2nd.

 

McClintic pleaded guilty to murder in 2010. She befriended Tori at school and led her straight to her co-accused, Michael Rafferty, waiting with his car.

He was convicted the following year.

McClintic also pleaded guilty in 2012 to assaulting another inmate at the Grand Valley Institution for Women in Kitchener.