Sentencing has been handed down in B.C. Supreme Court in Vancouver for the brother of one of the Surrey Six killers.
Justin Haevischer has been sentenced to ten months jail after pleading guilty to obstruction of justice.
The maximum time he faced was ten years.
He was originally charged with being an accessory after the fact to the 2007 murders at the Balmoral Tower in Surrey.
Eileen Mohan’s son Christopher was one of the innocent victims.
“I thought the sentence of ten months was pretty lenient… I think a more stricter sentence would have been good for Justice Haevischer.”
Haevischer was 21 at the time of the killings and told the judge “he promises to be a good citizen from now on.”
Mohan expresses disappointment with the sentence given today.
“I can’t change the decision of the courts, I can’t change what has happened it’s almost like, you know, it is what it is.”