No honeymoon for Magnotta and murderer husband
If two convicted murderers get married in a maximum security penitentiary, can they consummate their marriage?
On Monday Luka Magnotta, the man convicted of the murder and dismemberment of Concordia University student Jun Lin, married Anthony Jolin, also a convicted killer serving his own life sentence.
While there were many questions leading up to the nuptials as to whether or not the couple would be able to have a night alone inside a private room used by families after the ceremony, Correctional Services Canada said no.
A spokesperson for the service told the Journal de Montreal prisoners are not allowed to use the private family visitation area with other detainees. Requests for any type of cohabitation are also denied, which in the case of Magnotta and Jolin does not matter because the Port-Cartier penitentiary keeps all prisoners in separate cells.