The 30 day publication ban on the name of a woman who was sentenced as an adult in the death of 6 week old Nikosis Cantre has passed with no notice of an appeal.
Jacqueline Henderson was 16 when she escaped custody from Kilburn Hall.
She had been charged with break and enter, arson, assault and robbery with a weapon in 2015.
Henderson was in downtown Saskatoon and told a relative of the baby boy she had nowhere to go.
She was told she could stay in the home on Waterloo Crescent in East College Park until EGADZ opened later that morning.
Around 7 a.m. on July 3rd of 2016, Saskatoon Police were called to the home and Nikosis Cantre was taken to hospital where he later died after having been beaten, stabbed and stomped.
Henderson was found guilty of second degree murder and is sentenced to life in prison with no eligibility for parole for 7 years.