Ryan Grantham Gets Life Imprisonment For Killing His Mother

‘Riverdale’ actor Ryan Grantham gets sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his mother; deets inside
‘Riverdale’ actor Ryan Grantham gets sentenced to life imprisonment for killing his mother; deets inside

Ryan Grantham, a Canadian actor, pled guilty to killing his mother in March 2020 and was given a life sentence. A spokesperson for the British Columbia Supreme Court in Vancouver said that he will be able to get out of jail after 14 years.

Source says that at the hearing on Tuesday, Justice Kathleen Ker said that the case was tragic and heartbreaking. The broadcaster said that before she made the decision, she talked about some of the horrible details of Barbara Waite’s murder.

Prosecutors said that Grantham, who was in “Riverdale” and “Diary of a Wimpy Kid,” shot and killed his mother while she was playing piano at their home. The next day, he allegedly put three guns, Molotov cocktails, ammunition, camping gear, and a map with directions to the home of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau into his car.

Sources say that Grantham, who was 21 at the time, planned to kill Trudeau but instead drove to Hope, British Columbia, before turning the car around and planning to do mass violence at his school, Simon Fraser University, or at Vancouver’s Lions Gate Bridge.

The newspaper said that Grantham did not do these things. Instead, he drove to the Vancouver police station and told them that he had killed his mother. He was charged with murder in the second degree.

Grantham’s lawyer, Chris Johnson, told NBC News in a phone call on Friday that his client had already apologized to the court for what he had done.

Johnson said that Grantham had untreated mental health problems, such as a major depressive order, at the time of the murder. Grantham told a psychiatrist that he killed his mother so that she wouldn’t have to see what he was going to do, but he didn’t go through with the plan.

“It’s a strange situation, for sure. I think the outcome was fair, considering everything that happened “what the lawyer said.

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