The man who killed his three children back in 2008, and was found not criminally responsible, is looking for community passes.
Schoenborn was arrested after stabbing his 10-year-old daughter and smothering his eight and five-year-old sons at their home in Merritt.
Allan Schoenborn has a hearing scheduled for May 24 at Colony Farm for those passes, which would grant him parole.
He has experienced such hearings before, when he was granted escorted day passes back in July 2015.
At the time those day passes were granted, the mother of Schoenborn’s children Darcie Clarke railed against the provincial government in a statement.
“Over the last four years my family and I have worked hard to correct the imbalance in the Not Criminal Responsible (NCR) system. We thought the B.C. Government was our partner in this fight. Today’s decision shows they are willing to pay victims lip service but not back it up with their administrative nor legal power.”
He was found not criminally responsible for the crime due to a mental disorder back in 2010.