"They were in classes with us; they saw us every day; they sat with us at lunch," Ecker told CBC News. No one said anything." "There are dozens of people," Ecker said.Polsom said "many people knew about it but say they thought he was joking.He could not be identified under the Youth Criminal Justice Act because he was 16 when he committed the crime, but on Wednesday, a judge at Regina Court of Queen's Bench sentenced the now 19-year-old as an adult, to life imprisonment with no eligibility for parole for 10 years.The girls witnessed some of Prockner's disturbing behaviour in the months before he killed Hannah.When they went to visit Andrews’ mother in a care facility, Wettlaufer sulked quietly in the corner.After the visit, Wettlaufer told Andrews she would not go back to the hospital again, which Andrews thought was strange behaviour from a registered nurse.Business of the Year - Hillberg & Berk Innovation Award - Hospitality Network Canada (2011) Inc.
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But it was only after she died that they learned that a large group of high school kids knew he wanted to harm her, and even agreed to help him.
Prockner told one friend he wanted to kill his ex-girlfriend, he enlisted friends to help him stalk her, and he banded together with at least seven teenagers to plot her murder and the murder of her boyfriend at the time.