EDMONTON – The National Parole Board has removed the parole condition of psychological counseling for convicted child killer Robert Latimer, who murdered Tracy, his 12-year old daughter with Cerebral Palsy, in 1993 by putting her in the cabin of his truck and piping exhaust fumes into it. His crime was called “compassionate homicide” by many and sparked debate on euthanasia. After being sentenced in 2000 to life in prison with no chance of parole for 10 years, he was granted full parole in 2010. The board allowed him to opt out of the psychological counseling, saying his most recent psychological report declared him to be at “low to very low risk for violent and general reoffending.” However, he was not successful in his attempt to have the two other parole conditions removed: having to apply to the board for permission to travel outside Canada, and “not to have responsibility for, or make decisions for, any individuals who have a significant disability.”