Convicted murderer Christopher Alexander is appealing a Parole Board of Canada decision to revoke his day parole.
In a release, the parole board says Alexander didn’t have the opportunity to provide his version of events that led to him losing his day parole privileges.
The decision cites conflicting reviews that both praise and also raise concerns about Alexander’s behavior.
It also says the appeal hearing will allow the board to determine the credibility of his version of events.
In April, the Crown approved sexual assault charges against Alexander after a woman alleged he had sex with her while she was under the influence of drugs.
He was arrested at his Abbotsford halfway house in June.
The September 12th decision to revoke his parole stands until the review.
Alexander was given a life sentence for the 1998 second-degree murder of Linda LaFranc in Terrace.