Here's a thought: If we want Karla Homolka to acclimate in a healthy and constructive way to life outside of prison, perhaps the news media should not be aggressively tracking her down and publishing pictures of her and her place of employment. Perhaps that is detrimental to her continued rehabilitation and to the well-being of those who simply want to ignore her existence. Perhaps it is bad enough that there is a movie about her, staring cute Laura Prepon, that has been irking the Canadian government for months now. Perhaps we all want to forget about how crappy it was to live in Ontario back when the body parts of Karla's victims were being found in rivers. Perhaps nothing can be gained through her continued surveillance that is the slightest bit beneficial to anyone not concerned with ratings.

Just a thought.

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