He said they befriended Carey “because she was foreign and had money.”
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Accomplice Sean Angold, 25, got 15 years because he testified against the twisted duo.
Morrison Haze Lampley, 24, and his accomplices sat expressionless as they felt the lash of the heartbroken.
Lampley – one of three people charged in the senseless 2015 slayings – was sentenced to 100 years in prison. His gal pal, Lila Alligood, 19, was hammered with 50 years to life.
The defence offered a mish-mash of excuses for the three killers. Drugs, homelessness, love and mental illness.
Stool pigeon Angold told cops that the trio had been in a drug-fuelled frenzy when they stole a gun from a pickup truck.
A transient junkie pleaded guilty in a Marin, Calif., courthouse to murdering Audrey Carey, 23, of Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Que., and yoga teacher Steve Carter, 67.
But when Carey thanked them for their kindness, Alligood jumped her and Lampley put a gun to the terrified woman’s head.
“Three people killed my dad, for what?” Emily Hansen told the court, erupting in tears.
The three killers of a Canadian tourist and a yoga teacher were told point blank exactly what they are: “unspeakable monsters.”
The starry-eyed killers’ aspirations were to move to Oregon and start a cannabis farm.
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The young Quebecer was attending a bluegrass festival and camping there as she backpacked through California. Carey was camping in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park when she met the drug-addicted trio.
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She added: “And how do I tell them how he died?”
You are proof that evil exists.” “She trusted you, you three unspeakable monsters,” said Isabelle Tremblay, Carey’s mother, in a statement read by a prosecutor. “And you stole her from me.
Then he pulled the trigger.
Don’t worry about it,” Lampley told Angold. “She dead dude.
Morrison Haze Lampley (right) – one of three people charged in the senseless 2015 slayings of a Canadian tourist and a yoga teacher – was sentenced to 100 years in prison. His gal pal, Lila Alligood, 19, (centre) was hammered with 50 years to life, while accomplice Sean Angold, 25, got 15 years because he testified against the twisted duo. (AP/FILES)
They used his bloody cash to buy gas and cigarettes. Two days later, the sick trio struck again, killing Carter and his dog in a remote area of Marin County.
Carter’s heartbroken daughter was having none of it.
When I have kids, they will never be able to know their grandfather.” “He wasn’t there to walk me down the aisle at my wedding.