Infamous and accused serial killer, Shawn Lamb, finally pleaded guilty in a Winnipeg courtroom to charges of manslaughter slayings of 25-year-old Carolyn Sinclair and 18-year-old Lorna Blacksmith. Lamb has pleaded guilty in exchange for a deal made with the Crown, which involves him admitting to charges for reduced sentence of second-degree murder in the deaths. The deal requests court to allow two 10-year sentences for a total of 20 years in jail, though it has yet to be accepted by the judge.
54-year-old Lamb was charged with three counts of second-degree murder back in June 2012, as he was linked in deaths of Sinclair, Blacksmith, and a 31-year-old woman named Tanya Jane Nepinak. Lamb has been in custody since then. However, Lamb gave up his right to a trial on Thursday and made his plea, causing family members of both Sinclair and Blacksmith to begin crying in court.