Canada’s parole board will review its decision to release one of the men now suspected of carrying out a deadly stabbing attack in Saskatchewan.
Parole documents of Myles Sanderson, 32, show he has 59 prior convictions as well as a history of violence.
He was released in February while serving a four-year sentence.
“I want to know the reasons behind the decision,” Public Safety Minister Marco Mendicino said. “I’m extremely concerned by what occurred here.”
The hunt for Myles Sanderson is in its fourth day following the stabbing attack on Sunday that left 10 people dead and 18 others injured. Ten victims remain in hospital, three of them in critical condition.
The other suspect, his 31-year-old brother Damien Sanderson, was found dead by police on Monday at the James Smith Cree Nation, a close-knit indigenous community in central Saskatchewan. The discovery brou