Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Convicted Alberta Killer Who 'Feels Shame' for Stabbing to Get Day Parole

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Convicted Alberta Killer Who 'Feels Shame' for Stabbing to Get Day Parole

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Killer who 'feels shame' gets day parole

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CALGARY - Day parole has been granted to an Alberta man who was convicted of stabbing two men in the neck 11 years ago, killing one of them.

Dustin Blair Loran was charged in the death of Darrel Kevis and the wounding of Matt McLean.

Kevis, who was 44, and McLean, who was 18, were asleep during the September 2005 stabbing in Calgary.

Loran pleaded guilty to second-degree murder and attempted murder and was sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 12 years.

Parole Board of Canada documents obtained by Calgary radio station CHQR show Loran has completed a number of rehabilitation programs with no concerns noted.

Loran, who has been in minimum security since July 2014, will be eligible for full parole next September.

Loran had testified that he was drunk and angry following an argument with McLean, who was his roommate. …

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