Russell Williams Divorce
February 10, 2012 by staff
Russell Williams Divorce, Key elements of a sweeping publication ban have been lifted on divorce proceedings between convicted sex killer Russell Williams and his estranged wife.
The former colonel’s wife, Mary Elizabeth Harriman, has not made a request to the Supreme Court of Canada to reverse an Ontario Court of Appeal decision to set aside a publication ban in the case.
The Appeal Court overturned major parts of the ban in a decision released Jan. 24, but allowed them to remain in effect for 14 days to give Harriman time to challenge the decision.
That grace period has expired and the Supreme Court has not received an application requesting an appeal of the Ontario court ruling.
That means certain information — such as Harriman’s name, address, employer, income and some medical information — can now be made public.
However, the ban still applies to her social insurance number, date of birth, bank account number and the domestic contract the couple signed about six weeks after Williams was charged with first-degree murder.
Williams, once a rising star in the military and commander of Canadian Forces Base Trenton, was sentenced to life in prison in October 2010 after pleading guilty to the murders of Cpl. Marie-France Comeau and Jessica Lloyd.
He was also convicted of two sexual assaults and dozens of f*tish break-ins. The Canadian Forces stripped him of his rank after his conviction and, in a rare move, burned his uniform.
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