In a rare interview, the father of one of Canada's most notorious serial killers claims freed killer Karla Homolka got away with murder.

“As far as I am concerned, Karla has got away with it and is free but that is a whole other story,” Ken Bernardo told Joe Warmington in the Toronto Sun.

Bernardo, now 48, was convicted in 1995 in the murders of teenagers Kristen French, Tammy Homolka and Leslie Mahaffy. In the early 1990s, the Scarborough, Ont., native and his wife Karla Homolka, terrorized southern Ontario with a spree of killings and sex attacks before being arrested.

Homolka cut a deal with prosecutors that saw her serve just 12 years in prison. Today, she is reportedly living in Guadeloupe with her three children.

Warmington, who has been covering the saga for more than 20 years, would also appear on Sun TV, saying the Paul Bernardo may have had a connection with another infamous killer: Russell Williams.

The former Canadian Forces colonel is currently serving two life terms of life in prison for the first-degree murders of Jessica Lloyd and Canadian Forces Cpl. Marie-France Comeau.

"Bernardo and Russell Williams actually traveled the same path," he says in the clip. "They lived in the same neighbourhood in Scarborough they went to the same college. I think even crossed the hallways at the same high schools at times.

"I'm told that they did know each other, by police sources."

More recently, Warmington says, Ken Bernardo has spoken to Williams' wife Mary Elizabeth Harriman -- and describes her as a "very classy lady."

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  • Karla Homolka is interviewed by Radio-Canada in Montreal, Monday, July 4, 2005, hours following her release from jail following a twelve-year term for the deaths of two teenage girls in Ontario. A new ebook says Homolka is now a mother of three living in the Caribbean.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Radio-Canada

  • Karla Homolka (rear) and her sister Lori Homolka are led out of their parents' house by a police officer as they leave for the provincial courthouse in St. Catherines, ON June 30, 1993. Karla's manslaughter trial stemming from the Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy deaths was entering its third day. (CP PHOTO/Frank Gunn)

  • News photographers shoot a prison van leaving the Ste-Anne-des-Plaines institution as media begin waiting for the release of Karla Homolka in the next few days in Ste.-Anne-des-Plaines, Que., Thursday, June 30, 2005. Homolka is at the end of her twelve year sentence for manslaughter in the sex slayings of two Ontario schoolgirls. (CP PHOTO/Ryan Remiorz)

  • Karla Homolka appears in a Joliette, Que. courtroom Thursday, June 2, 2005 in this artist's sketch. A court hearing began Thursday to determine whether schoolgirl killer Homolka will face restrictions when she is released from prison. (CP PHOTO/Francois "Atalante" Hudon)

  • News photographers shoot a prison van leaving the Ste-Anne-des-Plaines institution as media begin waiting for the release of Karla Homolka in the next few days in Ste.-Anne-des-Plaines, Que., Thursday, June 30, 2005. Homolka is at the end of her twelve year sentence for manslaughter in the sex slayings of two Ontario schoolgirls. (CP PHOTO/Ryan Remiorz)

  • A television reporter films outside the Ste-Anne-des-Plaines institution while media wait for the release of Karla Homolka in the next few days in Ste.-Anne-des-Plaines, Que., Friday July 1, 2005. Homolka is at the end of her twelve year sentence for manslaughter in the sex slayings of two Ontario schoolgirls. (CP PHOTO/Jonathan Hayward)

  • FILE - Karla Homolka in St. Catharines July 6, 1993. A Quebec television report says Homolka, who served 12 years in jail for the lurid killings of two Ontario schoolgirls in the 1990s, has left Canada for the Caribbean. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Frank Gunn

  • This is a copy of the front page of the Toronto Sun for May 31, 1995, showing Karla Homolka with a bruised and battered face. The photo was taken at a St. Catharines, Ont hospital in 1993, it was entered as evidence at the Paul Bernardo murder trial in Toronto. The Canadian Press Images/Stf

  • Karla Homolka appears in a Joliette, Que. courtroom Thursday, June 2, 2005 in this artist's sketch. A court hearing began Thursday to determine whether schoolgirl killer Homolka will face restrictions when she is released from prison. (CP PHOTO/Francois "Atalante" Hudon)

  • A salesman watches an interview with Karla Homolka on television station RDI in Montreal Monday, July 4, 2005. Homolka, the notorious ex-wife of convicted serial rapist and killer Paul Bernardo, was whisked quietly away from the Ste-Anne-des-Plaines prison north of Montreal earlier Monday afternoon after serving her entire 12-year sentence for manslaughter in the sex slayings of two Ontario teenagers. (CP PHOTO/Ryan Remiorz)