According to former inmate and Homolka confidante Chantel Meuneer, the Sun reported, Homolka and the inmate stripped at a flimsy fence, touched one another sexually and exchanged underwear. On November 30, , Quebec Superior Court Judge James Brunton lifted all restrictions imposed on Homolka, saying there was not enough evidence to justify them. Apr 18, ". He consulted his own lawyer, Austin Cooper, who asked the Law Society of Upper Canada's professional-conduct committee for advice.
On April 19, , The Vancouver Sun reported that Homolka would be eligible to seek pardon for her crimes in the summer of A rumour that Homolka intended to settle in Alberta caused an uproar in that province.