Seven years for brutal Bloodvein murder

A teen who fatally stabbed a 52-year-old Bloodvein First Nation man in his home has been handed the maximum youth sentence for second-degree murder.

The teen, who can’t be identified, was 17 when he and two other boys – a 17-year-old and a 15-year-old, stabbed Cliff Malnyk to death in his home, then set the house on fire in February 2014. Malnyk was stabbed with a knife and a table leg. He died from a combination of blood loss and smoke inhalation.

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