Nearly 375-thousand dollars to return Magnotta: report
A report says it cost the Canadian government nearly 375-thousand dollars to bring suspected body parts killer Luka Magnotta back home from Germany.
La Presse says it got the data thru documents obtained thanks to the Access to Information law.
The report says it chartered a military jet from Alberta, which, among other things, costs more than 15-thousand dollars an hour to fly and that it flew nearly 24 hours.
As well, eight crews members reportedly stayed overnight in Berlin and that a catering service was hired for the flight.
Magnotta, whose case returns to court in March, is suspected of killing and dismembering Concordia Jun Lin earlier this year in Montreal.
He was arrested in Berlin during a massive international manhunt.