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The family of a murdered Victoria teenager is calling for justice reform to prevent more deaths.
18 year old Kimberly Proctor was tortured and murdered by two teenage classmates in 2010.
The killers were raised to adult court and sentenced to life in prison.
But Kimberly's father Fred notes they can apply for parole in just seven years, unlike adults.
The family has sent a package of proposed reforms they call "Kimberly's Law" to Prime Minister Stephen Harper and Premier Christy Clark, including adult courts and sentences for anyone 16 and older charged with murder, and public naming.
They also want mandatory counselling for teens identified as anti-social, before more innocent victims are hurt.