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Mike Danton Edges Closer to Freedom

From the CP via the Globe & Mail:

The former pro hockey player imprisoned in a murder-for-hire plot targeting his Kingston, Ont., agent has taken a significant step toward freedom.

The Kingston Whig-Standard reports Mike Danton has been transferred to minimum-security Pittsburgh Institution in Kingston.

Inmates are moved to minimum-security prisons as preparation for release into the community either on parole or through automatic release after serving two-thirds of the sentence.


The CP notes that Danton has been eligible for full parole since he returned to Canada back in March.

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