Nicholas Rasberry, who stabbed neighbour 37 times, must serve 7-year sentence after appeal dismissed

A Calgary man convicted of manslaughter after stabbing his neighbour 37 times must serve his seven-year sentence after the Alberta Court of Appeal dismissed his bid for a lesser prison term.
Nicholas Rasberry had appealed his manslaughter conviction and sentence he was handed after being found guilty in 2015. Both have now been rejected by Alberta’s top court.
In May 2013, Rasberry fatally stabbed his neighbour Craig Kelloway, a teacher who had moved to Calgary six years earlier from Nova Scotia. The killer claimed he did it because Kelloway threatened to have sex with him.
Kelloway left behind a girlfriend and infant son.

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