Thursday, May 28, 2015

Ben Levin deserves jail - and Ontarians deserve answers

Ontario’s former deputy education minister Dr. Ben Levin will most likely be serving time behind bars soon.

How long will be decided by a judge in a North York courtroom Friday.

Neither the defence nor the Crown are at odds over the fact the member of Premier Kathleen Wynne’s transition team and former research chair at Ontario Institute for Studies in Education should be incarcerated.

It’s just a matter of how much time.

And where that time will be served: House arrest, jail or prison.

For the gravity and seriousness of the crimes, prison is the only acceptable option.  (more...)

Questions: What was left out of the statement of agreed facts? What charges were sacrificed in Ruby's plea deal to induce Levin's guilty plea? Does the police investigation point to any accomplices or to a pedophile network? What public safety concerns remain? And one more...

Why did Michael Coren back away from this story so suddenly? Was he already looking to a career in lamestream media?

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