Lalo has finally come
to court and acknowledged responsibility that he sexually
victimized 29 victims,"
The board will no longer
require Lalo to undergo chemical castration. He’s also free
to own a computer and surf the web and view and download
The board has even loosened
restrictions on the places Lalo can go. Now, he’s only
prevented from being near schools, playgrounds and recreational
facilities unless accompanied by an approved adult. His original
restrictions required him to stay away from libraries, family
restaurants, public washrooms and public venues including concert
halls, fairs, arcades and churches.
- The Fifth Estate
Broadcast on Wednesday,
November 5 2003
on CBC-TV at 9PM
Repeated on CBC Newsworld on
Tuesday November 11
November 12 at
The largest global police investigation into child
pornography yielded the identities of hundreds of thousands of
subscribers, including thousands of Canadians, to an internet
site dealing illegally in child pornography. But, as Linden
MacIntyre reports, most are still at large and Canadian police
are finding prosecutions difficult to get
who is serving a life sentence at the federal penitentiary in
Prince Albert, Sask., is charged in the death of 33-year-old
Ellie May Meyer, whose body was discovered in May, 2005, by a
farmer tilling a field just east of Edmonton.
Austin Larsen was
convicted of sexual interference against a six-year-old, and he
admitted to other sexual offences for which he had never been
charged, parole documents say.
He served two years and nine months behind bars after he
lured at 10-year-old girl to a basement and sexually assaulted
“Current and prior offences are considered violent in
that underage, vulnerable children were preyed upon for your
sexual satisfaction,” the documents read.
In 2012, Cyle admitted to staring at children out the windows
of his grandparent’s home and viewing adult and child
pornography, breaking the conditions of his release.
“You stated you knew what you were doing was wrong. …
You disclosed that you were unable to control yourself.”
is high probability of you re-offending in a similar manner.
Your risk is unmanageable to the point that you pose a grave
risk to the public.”
Blake Larson After serving
time behind bars for sex offences involving children, Lyle Blake
Larsen wasn't supposed to be anywhere near those under the age
But seven days after his
electronic monitoring bracelet was removed by the courts,
the high-risk sex offender Edmonton police had been monitoring
was caught watching children play in a packed downtown wading
pool on Canada Day.
Despite requests from police to keep
Larsen monitored with the bracelet, the courts let him take it
off, frustrating those trying to keep tabs of his whereabouts
so more victims aren't claimed.
Parole documents show Lyle Blake Larsen was convicted of
sexual interference and printing child pornography in 2009 after
he “sexually assaulted and photographed [an] underage
victim at a party,” violating a probation order that he
not be alone with anyone under 14.
He had previously been convicted of sexually offending
against another underage girl.
A psychological assessment dated April 2013 stated Lyle had
“sexual deviance dating back to when [he] was 10 years
old.” It estimates Lyle victimized another 19 girls and
boys ranging in age from four to 17.
Paul Lemay 13-month-old
girl who Lemay confessed to police, were that he had been left
alone with the infant and was changing her diapers. On at least
five, and perhaps as many 12 occasions, he penetrated her anus
with one, then two, fingers and took his finger(s) in and out
“really fast, really hard” because he was angry at
KLN’s mother. Ultimately, at the end of his long interview
with police, he said he had penetrated the infant’s anus
with his penis and ejaculated.
Michael Lemire, 20, has been charged
with one count of causing unnecessary pain/suffering to an
A family cat, named Gigi, is only one-year-old
and its owners — including Sharline Haglund — say
Gigi was drugged, shaved and tossed out a window by a group of
teens that included Joshua Lemire.