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Brian Edward Abrosimo

  • Brian Edward Abrosimos case was referred to the parole board by the correctional service — which had recommended detention — and the board members felt that if Abrosimo were to be released, he would likely commit an offence causing serious bodily harm or death before his sentence expires in October 2020.

    Abrosimo is serving a 14-year, four-month sentence for two incidents that took place in the summer of 2004. His sentence will be followed by a 10-year long-term supervision order

Eobert Keith Allaby

  • Robert Keith Allaby 45, was serving a six-year sentence for sexual interference and invitation to sexual touching for molesting the six-year-old son of his live-in girlfriend in 2001.

    When sex offender Robert Keith Allaby left prison Friday, he did so untreated and is considered by authorities a high risk to re-offend.

    The National Parole Board imposed conditions requiring the former Calgary minor hockey coach to live in a halfway house for the remainder of his sentence.

Kenneth Jack Anderson = ACQUITTED

  • Kenneth Jack Anderson ACQUITTED Winnipeg police constable, lauded for his work with inner-city aboriginal youth, has been charged with sexual assault, sexual exploitation and sexual interference involving two 11-year-old boys

    Class-action lawsuit that argued the Attorney-General of Canada was negligent and did not protect cadets from being prey to sexual misconduct. It also named as defendants the Navy League of Canada, as well as officers Ralph Bremner, Conrad Sundman, Beverly Wilson and the executive estate of the late Clarence Anderson

Eugene Robert Anderson deceased

  • Eugene Robert Anderson A former Marietta College professor sentenced to more than two centuries in prison on child pornography and prostitution charges in 2003 was killed Sunday in a West Virginia prison.

    Eugene Robert Anderson, 66, was eight years into his sentence for more than 130 charges relating to child pornography and prostitution in Washington and Wood counties. He had yet to begin serving time on the most recent conviction of sexual abuse of two minors, to which he pleaded guilty in December 2015 in Kanawha Circuit Court and was sentenced to a minimum additional 60 years in prison after the first 180 years for the previous cases.

  • Mark Archibald
    Crimes: indecent assault
    Sentenced to one year house arrest February 2012
    Residence then: Red Deer

    A Lacombe man was handed down an 18 month conditional sentence in Red Deer provincial court Feb. 17 for three charges of indecent assault on three teen males

Robert Bliss Arthurson

  • Robert Bliss Arthurson 47, was convicted of second-degree murder for strangling 13-year-old Sarah Kelly in Manitoba in 1994. At his hearing at a medium security prison in Bowden, Alberta, Wednesday, however, he dropped a bombshell by saying he had committed 16 other crimes the police didn't know about and wasn't ready for release

Deborah Ashton

  • Deborah Ashton Two female teachers in separate B.C. communities are facing allegations of sexual misconduct involving students.

  • 3 (THREE) trials Found Not Guilty of Perjury

    In Burnaby, the RCMP are investigating a complaint against a female teacher at Sir Thomas More Catholic School.

William Rupert Astle

  • Repeat child sex-offender, 78, sentenced to 4-years in prison.

    William Rupert Astle, 78, learned he was being sent to prison for four years for the Feb. 1 indecent act, which came as he was on probation and barred from having unsupervised contact with kids.

    The penalty was the most the Crown could request for the two charges Astle pleaded guilty to, for which he will serve two two-year-long consecutive sentences.

The appellant, who is a member of the Heiltsuk First Nation, applies for the appointment of counsel pursuant to s. 684 of the Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46, in relation to his sentence appeal. The appellant pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography, making child pornography, and sexual interference involving a female victim, who was between four and seven years of age. He was sentenced to a total of eight years’ imprisonment. Held: application granted. It is in the interests of justice to grant the application, in part because: the appellant has learning disabilities that render him incapable of presenting his appeal in a manner that will assist the Court; he has a point of principle to advance on the appeal; the term of imprisonment is substantial; and the appellant suffers historical disadvantage as a member of a First Nation community that would be perpetuated by the dismissal of the application.

[1]           FITCH J.A.: The appellant, Sean James Athey, makes application pursuant to s. 684 of the Criminal Code, R.S.C. 1985, c. C-46, for the appointment of counsel in relation to his appeal from sentence. The appellant has been denied funding for the appeal by the Legal Services Society, for reasons unrelated to his financial eligibility for legal aid.

[2]           By way of background, the appellant pleaded guilty to possessing child pornography, making child pornography and touching the female victim for a sexual purpose (sexual interference).

[3]           The offences were committed between 2011 and 2014 when the victim was between four and seven years of age. The count of making child pornography relates to the same victim. The offences committed by the appellant are, by definition, extremely serious. The circumstances in which the offences were committed were found by the sentencing judge to be aggravated by the following factors: the age of the victim; the highly intrusive nature of the conduct which included oral sex, digital vaginal penetration and anal penetration; the offences occurred over a significant period of time; the sexual abuse was found to have happened on 15 to 20 occasions; the appellant was babysitting the victim when the offences occurred and, thus, betrayed a position of trust in the commission of the offences; the appellant posted on the Internet pictures of him abusing the victim; and, the appellant traded images he created for the images of other adults sexually victimizing children to add to his collection.

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