So the case was put over to Friday to give lawyers a chance to find another facility that could do the NCR assessment. And though they did find one, by Friday's court appearance House was insisting he didn't want an assessment no matter where it was. So then the option was deferred to Crown attorney Brian Adsett, who is planning to ask for a 15-year penitentiary term for House if he eventually is sentenced. Did the Crown want to bring an application for the NCR assessment?
He was charged with second-degree murder but pleaded guilty to manslaughter. Sometimes in court he seems lucid, other times he makes no sense at all. He can be quiet or prone to angry outbursts. Once, he slapped his lawyer across the face in the courtroom. Janice says she is Cayuga and Darryl's father was Onondaga. Darryl was born premature and began life on Six Nations reserve. He has a younger brother. As a child, Darryl loved to play outdoors and he excelled at lacrosse. He was "a good, happy kid."
They had 10 minutes to live. So they used it well: they dressed, packed up some water and their medications, sent “I love you” texts to bewildered family back home in Hamilton and Brantford. They hugged each other and drank two shots of vodka. Then they waited for the ballistic missile to hit. This was how Saturday started for two local couples vacationing in Hawaii. In a place called Paradise, to be exact. “You make your amends with God,” Mike says an hour after he learned he would live another day.
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