An Ontario man who killed three children and their grandfather in a drunk driving collision was granted full parole Tuesday.
Marco Muzzo reportedly blew through a stop sign in Vaughan, Ontario, in 2015 and crashed into the family’s minivan.
Full parole means he’ll serve the rest of his sentence under supervision in the community instead of in prison. He’s set to finish his sentence in 2025 after serving approximately four years in a minimum-security prison.
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Jenn Neville-Lake, the mother of the three children who died, tweeted that nothing can bring back her family.
“No matter what happened today, Daniel, Harry and Milly are not coming back home. My dad isn’t coming home to my mom,” she said. “Nothing changed for me.”
No matter what happened today, Daniel, Harry and Milly are not coming back home. My dad isn’t coming home to my mom.
Nothing changed for me.
My family’s killer Marco Michael Muzzo was granted full parole.
Thank you for doing your best.
I did. #ConsequencesMatter #NotOneMore pic.twitter.com/Nsfojo5Dg6
— Jenn Neville-Lake (@isda1979) February 9, 2021
Daily Hive has reached out to the Parole Board of Canada for more information about the decision.