Charity’s link to Christchurch murderer revealed

The Supreme Court has ruled a charity which helps reintegrate prisoners into society can be named in connection with convicted murderer and rapist Joseph Brider.

Brider brutally killed Juliana Bonilla-Herrera in her Christchurch home in January 2022, just nine weeks after he was paroled from prison on a rape conviction.

It can now be reported that he lived next door to Bonilla-Herrera in a flat owned by Pathway Trust charity, which had also been working with Brider for five months before his release from Christchurch Men’s Prison. Read more

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