Three members of the Richardson family were murdered in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada in April 2006. The murders were planned and committed by the family's 12-year-old daughter and her 23-year-old boyfriend Jeremy Steinke, now going by the name Jackson May. The daughter and Steinke were each convicted on three counts of first-degree murder. The daughter, who had turned 13 before being convicted, is thought to be the youngest person in Canada ever convicted of multiple first-degree murder counts. Her 10-year sentence was completed on 6 May 2016.

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  • L'affaire famille Richardson désigne le meurtre de la famille Richardson à Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada en avril 2006. Les meurtres ont été planifiés et exécutés par l'un des membres de la famille âgé de 12 ans, Jasmine Richardson, et par son petit ami âgé de 23 ans Jeremy Steinke, qui s'est lui-même renommé Jackson May. (fr)
  • Three members of the Richardson family were murdered in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada in April 2006. The murders were planned and committed by the family's 12-year-old daughter and her 23-year-old boyfriend Jeremy Steinke, now going by the name Jackson May. The daughter and Steinke were each convicted on three counts of first-degree murder. The daughter, who had turned 13 before being convicted, is thought to be the youngest person in Canada ever convicted of multiple first-degree murder counts. Her 10-year sentence was completed on 6 May 2016. (en)
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  • L'affaire famille Richardson désigne le meurtre de la famille Richardson à Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada en avril 2006. Les meurtres ont été planifiés et exécutés par l'un des membres de la famille âgé de 12 ans, Jasmine Richardson, et par son petit ami âgé de 23 ans Jeremy Steinke, qui s'est lui-même renommé Jackson May. (fr)
  • Three members of the Richardson family were murdered in Medicine Hat, Alberta, Canada in April 2006. The murders were planned and committed by the family's 12-year-old daughter and her 23-year-old boyfriend Jeremy Steinke, now going by the name Jackson May. The daughter and Steinke were each convicted on three counts of first-degree murder. The daughter, who had turned 13 before being convicted, is thought to be the youngest person in Canada ever convicted of multiple first-degree murder counts. Her 10-year sentence was completed on 6 May 2016. (en)
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  • Affaire famille Richardson (fr)
  • Richardson family murders (en)
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