The Canadian PressOctober 9, 2013 15:18
CRANBROOK, B.C. - A convicted child abductor's past behaviour, not what he says now, points to a man who's a high risk to reoffend if he's released from prison, a forensic psychiatrist has told a sentencing hearing.
Dr. Emlene Murphy interviewed Randall Hopley and tested him a year ago after the Crown announced it was proceeding with a dangerous offender application against him.
Murphy said she reviewed a series of reports done on Hopley, 47, starting from the time he was 15, when he sexually assaulted young children while he was living in foster a foster home.