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Review board hears mass killer takes medication, should have trips into Edmonton

A review panel has reserved its decision on what privileges it may allow a man found not criminally responsible for killing five young people at a Calgary house party while suffering schizophrenic delusions. Matthew de Grood was found not criminally responsible in 2016. Parents of his victims have told a review board that the possibility of his freedom is hard to stomach.

The Canadian Press