Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper announces the 'Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act' in Burnaby near Vancouver
Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper (R) and James Moore, Minister of Canadian Heritage and Official Languages sit with Stacy Galt the cousin and spokesperson for Darcie Clarke before Harper announces the 'Not Criminally Responsible Reform Act' a new high risk category to keep mentally ill criminals off the streets during his visit to Burnaby near Vancouver British Columbia on February 8, 2013. Darcie Clarke's three children were killed by former husband Allan Schoenborn in Merritt in 2008. He is currently in a psychiatric hospital after being found not criminally responsible for the murders. UPI Photo /Heinz Ruckemann
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