EDMONTON — The mother of an autistic boy who died from carbon monoxide poisoning alongside his suicidal father hopes this week’s fatality inquiry prevents similar deaths in the future.
Jackie McKean, who lives in Ontario with her younger 10-year-old son, will be testifying at the five-day inquiry scheduled to begin Monday.
It will review the murder-suicide of 11-year-old Jeremy Bostick and his 39-year-old father Jeffrey, who were found barricaded in a sealed bedroom in an Edmonton home with a cylinder of carbon monoxide gas Sept. 27, 2009, according to Alberta Justice.
“There are many people with blood on their hands in my mind. There were red flags that were ignored,” McKean said in email messages to the Edmonton Journal.
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