The woman convicted in the first degree murder of Tori Stafford has been moved to a healing lodge in Saskatchewan according to a report in the London Free Press.
WOODSTOCK - The woman who kidnapped and murdered Tori Stafford is spending her days at an aboriginal healing lodge in Saskatchewan according to a report from the London Free Press.
Terri-Lynne McClintic was convicted of first degree murder in the gruesome kidnapping of a little girl in Woodstock back in 2009. The story in the Free Press quotes Tori's father Rodney Stafford who says that McClintic had been staying at the Grand Valley Correctional Centre and has been moved to the Okimaw, Ochi Healing Lodge in Sasketchewan.
The Lodge is a minimum security facility.