The man found guilty of two first-degree murders at the death of two Mac employees in 2015 received two punishments for a lifetime in the court of the Queen's court Tuesday to be served at the same time.
Laylin Delorme, aged 27, faces the potential of not being allowed to release for 50 years if the court has complied with the recommendations of the prosecutor of the Crown Prosecutor John Watson who claims that the murder charges are being carried out sequentially .
Instead, he will be entitled to a payout of 25 years.
Watson argues that a life sentence of 25 years of unacceptability for banning – which is the maximum to condemn a first-degree murder – would mean that the murder would remain unpunished.
Delors is one of three attackers who left Mac Riki shoppers Massane Kedar and Carrapal Singh Bhangen after they were both shot in separate attacks on December 18, 2015.
The 27-year-old was found guilty of the murders, as well as two robberies of robbery by a jury in June.
A 16-year-old boy who is 13 years old during the shootout received a three-year sentence for two counts of murder on the death of Cenabre and Bhangu at the end of November.
Because of office hours, young people whose identity is protected under the Criminal Justice Act for young people will be released on Friday.
The other adult suspect, Colten Steinhauer, has not yet started a lawsuit.