The man who used a dating site to lure his victim to an Edmonton garage before killing and dismembering him is now using a dating site for inmates.
Almost all include with their profiles at least one photo of themselves, and most appear to be taken in prison. area, Edmonton." Each profile includes the inmate's name, age, where the person is incarcerated and the conviction.
There are currently more than 30 inmates in Alberta with profiles on the site, and that's more than any other province. Most are serving time for murder, assault or armed robbery.
"It took my mind off all that negative stuff that's in prisons.
Just focus on getting out and getting back to society and being a normal human being again.
as well as potentially a long weekend every few months if it gets there naturally." In 2011, Twitchell was convicted of the 2008 first-degree murder of Johnny Altinger.
Twitchell dismembered Altinger and dumped his remains in a north Edmonton sewer. He produced the film in the garage two weeks earlier. I just don't do that," said Melissa Fazzina who started the website six years ago.
He set up a profile while serving time in Saskatchewan for selling drugs.
"I heard from two or three people and I met a really, really nice lady there," said Jones, who has been in a romantic relationship with the woman since his release in June.
It also advises people not to send money to inmates.