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On December 9,1998 our loved one Linda LeFranc was brutally murdered by convicted murderer Christopher Maurice Alexander. Our family is again asking for your support. Denied parole for the fourth time in June of 2013, Alexander will again be reviewed in APRIL 2015 for day and full parole. Should parole be granted, Alexander could be released back into one of our communities as early as May 2015.

The extreme violence of Alexander’s callous crime committed against an innocent young woman speaks for itself. Alexander, 17 at the time, broke into Linda LeFranc’s ‘locked’ home at 4:00 a.m. in the morning. Linda, awakened from the couch, was stabbed 83 times and left to be discovered by her seven-year-old daughter when she awoke that morning. Our intent is not to exploit or sensationalize Linda’s death but to justify our extreme concern and continued position that Christopher Alexander remains a serious threat to public safety and should never be released. Alexander having committed one of the most violent of index offenses exhibits a moderate degree of psychopathy, continues to be dishonest, non disclosive and still identified as being a MODERATE RISK to reoffend.  Alexander’s psychological pretrial assessments, the findings of psychologist Dr. Wesley Smiley, and psychiatrist Dr. Paul Janke (referring to Alexander as a self absorbed individual with deep psychological issues. A psychopathic killer who posed a high risk of re offending) speaks volumes to the depravity of this predator. Confirming our fears, these professionals reported that even within Federal Corrections facilities, Alexander ‘could not’ be rehabilitated.

Our judicial system is seriously flawed with offender’s rights taking precedence over the rights of society. To have lost a loved one through such a violent crime for simply the “thrill of the kill”, is difficult enough, to accept such a criminal being released and living amongst us, is unimaginable.

Overwhelmed by the support shown for our fight for justice and the safety of our communities, we strongly believe that petitions previously presented to the National Parole Board had a significant impact on the decision to deny Alexander parole.

Please help us send a clear message to the National Parole Board and those in a position to implement change, criminals must be held accountable for their actions. Christopher Maurice Alexander must be held accountable and never be given the opportunity to harm another individual as he did Linda.

Have your voice heard. Collectively we ‘HAVE’ and CAN make a difference!

Our sincere appreciation,
The LeFranc Family

The responsibility of the National Parole Board of Canada is to first and foremost ensure public safety. The release of any individual that poses any kind of risk is not acceptable. To release Alexander, an individual capable of such violence and still considered at ‘moderate risk’ to reoffend, into any community would jeopardize the safety of all citizens.

We, the undersigned, strongly urge the Parole Board of Canada to deny all parole applications for convicted murderer Christopher Maurice Alexander at the parole hearing scheduled in April 2015.


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