Murderer Allan Schoenborn looking for community passes.
The man who killed his three children back in Merritt back in 2008 has a hearing scheduled for May 24th at Colony Farm.
Speaking on behalf the children's mother, Dave Teixeira is calling the latest development a disappointment.
"We get turn after turn, where Mr. Schoenborn is given privilege after privilege. Yes, he's been denied a lot of times, but his lawyers continue to delay and frustrate the system."
Teixeira says he fears their mothers safety if the passes are granted.
"If their high designation hearing was completed before his hearing he may not get out, but because it's going to happen before the high designation hearing is concluded, there's a possibility that he could get freedoms that could actually circumvent what's going on in court right now, so it's a very, very frustrating procedure."
Schoenborn was found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder in February 2010 after killing his daughter and two sons at their home in Merritt.