At the hearing for the second teen involved in the murder of 16-year-old Hannah Leflar, her convicted killer Skylar Prockner said he alone killed the girl.
The hearing for another teen, who pleaded guilty in February to second-degree murder in the death of the Regina high school student, resumed Monday.
Prockner, 19, was convicted of first-degree murder in July and was sentenced as an adult to life imprisonment with no chance of parole for 10 years.
The Crown is seeking to sentence the second teen as an adult as well. He was 16 at the time of the murder, which took place in Regina on Jan. 12, 2015. Because of his age, he cannot be named.
In court on Monday, Prockner insisted it was him alone who killed Leflar.
I stared straight and told him we were going to take Hannah’s life.
– Skylar Prockner
The Crown said Prockner’s now-19-year-old co-accused was involved in the plan, its execution and the getaway, but not the actual stabbing.
The teen’s defence lawyer has said he was present in the house at the time of Leflar’s death but was not part of the plan to murder her.
Prockner was shackled at the wrists and ankles when he spoke. He said he has known the teen who is being sentenced his entire life.
Prockner said he met Leflar in Grade 9 and they dated for eight months before she broke up with him.
“I also asked him to keep an eye on [Leflar],” Prockner said. “I had eyes around the school.”
Friend not in on plan: Prockner
Prockner said he messaged a friend on Facebook, asking them to bring a knife to school. That friend never responded, so he sent a message to the teen being sentenced.
According to the agreed statement of facts, the teen asked Leflar to meet him alone at her house after school. As per Prockner’s request, he brought a knife.
“I don’t think he really knew what was happening until I picked him up,” Prockner said.
Procker picked up his friend in his father’s truck. The pair waited for Leflar in the truck until she got home.
“I stared straight and told him we were going to take Hannah’s life,” Prockner said.
Prockner told the court that he just wanted his friend to be a lookout and didn’t want him to be a part of the murder. When he started the attack, he saw his friend standing in the doorway.
According to the Crown, Prockner then proceeded to kill…