Abuse Victim Pleads Guilty to Brutal Murder
March 17, 2009

When he did it, he was drunk, stoned and filled with pent-up rage linked to the years of childhood sexual abuse he'd suffered at the hands of a priest.

But in his sleep, Glen Derek Henderson is still haunted by memories of the night he brutally murdered an innocent man in Saskatoon.

"I wish I would have died myself, so I didn't have to carry this guilt and remorse around with me. I wish I didn't see his eyes and hear his screams in my dreams," the 32-year-old wrote in a letter to Ralph Henschel's family before pleading guilty to second-degree murder Monday.


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