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Florida sex offender granted asylum in Canada

A Florida sex offender, who claimed asylum in Saskatchewan, has been granted protected person status. In 2008, ____ ____ was convicted of having unlawful sex with a minor. According to American media reports, the boy was 16-years-old and played on her son’s baseball team.

____ fled to Canada in 2010 before she could be sent to prison. She was sentenced to 30 years in jail and is still wanted in the United States. ____ claimed her sentence was cruel and unusual punishment and after arriving in Saskatchewan, she asked for asylum. Full Article

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  1. Q

    The US respects human rights???? Safe country???? That’s news to me. If I could find someplace to give me asylum I’d have been outta here years ago.

    • G4Change

      Q,

      I majorly had to call bulls*** when I read that line. It’s this kind of rhetorical crap from the Conservative Canadians that led me to believe that this lady was doomed!!! I thought they would deny her request for asylum for sure!
      In my case (a misdemeanor), it also would NOT have been a crime in Canada…hell, it wouldn’t be a crime in a lot of countries. This gives me hope as I’m about ready to give up on living in this country that “respects human rights.”

      • Q

        Hi G4Change:

        Apparently Mr Alexander has never heard of all the murders, assaults, vandalism, etc, etc, ad infinitum here in the US. I too would have thought she would have been arrested and deported back to serve the over the top cruel and unusual thirty year sentence. I’m beginning to be of the opinion that the majority of these “sex crimes” are kind of like an earth quake, which is something that can’t be legislated out of existence. I believe it impossible to ever be rid of these kinds of act’s; it’s something that has been happening since the dawn of time.

        The only way to lessen these act’s is through education, and not legislation and incarceration; if they haven’t figured out what a waste of time and resources this approach is by now I wonder if they ever will. This case strikes me as more of a right of passage for the young boy/man and not a crime, but that’s just my opinion. I know when I was an adolescent I had relations with a girlfriends mother in her thirties. It wasn’t traumatic or anything like that. I actually had a good time and we remained friends for years afterward s; it seemed natural back then and it’s still a good memory for me. Back then most people would have given a wink and accepted this as something that just happens and went on about their business.

        • G4Change

          Q,

          I agree wholeheartedly. Unfortunately, with these politicians, they rely on the stupidity of the sheeple – their constituents. It’s sad!

        • Q

          Hi G4Change:

          This whole mess was started and is perpetuated by politicians and others that leave out crucial elements as they plea for their cause, and thus they paint an inaccurate picture that is in truth, a lie. The fact that this seems to be the new standard for them as they conduct their business is insulting to truth, honesty and integrity. As I watch/read the news, see the city counsels enacting their ordinances, watch the cop or politician patting themselves on the back because they have refined their persecution techniques, I experience revulsion. I have zero respect for these people and their offices because of what they say and do is a lie. The politically correct have any number of names for a lie, which is a bad thing because it tricks the people into thinking and believing something that isn’t true.

  2. G4Change

    OH. MY. GOD!!!! I remember reading about this a few years ago. I recently wondered what happened to this lady. I even tried searching and…nothing. I’m SO glad she was granted asylum. BRAVO, CANADA!!!!!!!!!

  3. guest

    How can this be, our friend and neighbor protecting this vile and despicable sexual predator from her just punishment?
    Don’t they realize the depth of her depravity? (Sarcasm)
    Good for you Mrs Robinson!

  4. Anonymous Nobody

    This strikes me as really odd that Canada did this. I understand that after the full review, it was determined that because of the age involved and the woman was not in oversight or supervisor capacity, it is not an offense in Canada.

    Still, in the thread about registrants being barred from entering so many countries now, people say Canada is one of the worst, won’t let any registrants in at all. Yet, they will give sanctuary to a registrant?! Very odd. I gather if she had done her sentence and tried to travel to Canada, they won’t let her in; but if she skips out on the sentence and is a fugitive, she’s just the kind of person they want?! So then does this mean that all the registrants who did their time were just stupid, and I guess the real reason they are being barred from entering Canada is because they clearly are stupid?!

    So, then, what can registrants really expect at the Canadian border — from the other thread, it sounds like registrants can expect to be denied entry — regardless of details about their offense or how minor a charge.

    • G4Change

      From everything I’ve read about entering Canada, I thought that they will only deny entry if what you were convicted of is also a crime in Canada. Thus, if it was with age 16+ and you are NOT in a position of authority (or if convicted before 2006, then age 14+ and not in a position of authority) and there are not other factors like rape, or assault or force, etc., then it would not have been a crime in Canada – and thus they can’t deny you entry. You can also get a certificate of deemed rehabilitation from the Canadian Consulate or something like that as well if you want before you try to enter.

      • Anonymous Nobody

        They don’t have all those details when you show up at the border. About all the US is sending them is the name of the charge, not all the loads of details of any particular case, such as whether you were in a supervisory role or not.

  5. Robert Curtis

    We should copy and paste this article to every website and facebook page that support the sex offender registry and do the same to every patriotic group in America like that of the American Legion, Elks and Lions club.

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