Not murderer dating profile
"Kind of surprising, but I guess people have to be hopeful even when they're in jail." Clark believes the website puts the public at risk.
"Unfortunately we have some vulnerable, gullible people out there who think these people can be changed and can be rehabilitated and they're the ones that can do it," said Clark.
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.
"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 helps them while in prison but it also helps those that are coming out to have relationships and friendships and some contact, support from the outside world." Rob Jones said it made a big difference for him while he was incarcerated.
He's now on parole and living in Calgary, where he runs a transport and snow-removal business.
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.
In his profile on Canadian Inmate Connect, Mark Twitchell writes, "I'm looking for an interesting, intelligent, open-minded, delightfully imperfect woman to relate to and share amusing observations with ...