He also states his release date is "unknown." Melissa Fazzina, the website's creator, said she received Betesh's application and his fee for the website in the mail last week.
She doesn't discriminate against inmates who want to post their profiles based on their crimes.
The court also convicted Josef Woods of second-degree murder in the slaying.
Fazzina, who started Canadian Inmates Connect around six years ago, said Betesh actually played an indirect role in her decision to start the website.
He writes in his own words that he hopes to correspond with both women and men.
In the blurb, which was posted Sunday, he describes himself as a "druid bard" who enjoys playing role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons, making art with stained glass, sewing quilts for charity, watching science fiction and working in the prison greenhouse.
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We also use it for training classes where it cuts the lab setup time to zero and makes it easy for teachers and students to work through labs together.She said the website's popularity began to expand considerably among inmates in 2015 after it featured the profile of killer Luka Rocco Magnotta.