Marco Muzzo granted full parole five years after killing three children, grandfather in drunk driving crash

Marco Muzzo, the drunk driver who killed three children and their grandfather in 2015, has been granted full parole. He and the victim's family attended a Parole Board of Canada hearing on February 9, 2021.
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On February 9, Marco Muzzo, the drunk driver who had killed three children and their grandfather in 2015, was granted full parole at a virtual Parole Board of Canada hearing. The victim’s family members were also present at the remote hearing to express their grief and trauma in the wake of the tragedy, reported CBC News.


“He scares me. The thought of him being out on the street frightens me greatly. I get panicked and anxious thinking about him,” Jennifer Neville-Lake, mother of the three children, told the board.


Muzzo comes from old money, with the Muzzo estate worth an estimated CA$1.86 billion, according to Canadian Business.

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