April 15, 2015

(PM UPDATE) Ben Levin sentencing: Day 3

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

This afternoon, defense lawyer Clayton Ruby argued against the Crown's proposed three years and six month sentence for his client, disgraced former Deputy Minister of Education for Ontario Ben Levin.

Ruby says two years is enough. Co-counsel Gerald Chan then added that Levin never intended to hurt a real child.

A tearful Levin also addressed the judge, expressing remorse and a desire to make amends.

The judge will deliver a sentence on May 29.

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commented 2015-04-16 10:34:10 -0400
So Levin’s tearfully remorseful is he (insert Bronx Cheer here), yeah, well save your crocodile tears diddler, you’re remorseful only because you got caught for some of the filthy crimes you have committed.
Levin, if you are truly remorseful, do the planet a favour and open your jugular…you’re going to be spending eternity in the Lake of Fire anyway!
commented 2015-04-15 21:08:37 -0400
It used to be that only the time served was concurrent, but things like parole eligibility time etc remained consecutive. This meant an inmate with three six month concurrent sentences never made his parole chance date. Needless to say your question is now a very good one given the “modern improvements” in sentencing.
commented 2015-04-15 19:30:56 -0400
How do you do concurrent sentences unless you are two different people?
commented 2015-04-15 19:17:03 -0400
Somebody told me 20 years ago that the ultimate goal of Progressives was access to our children.
I thought he was nuts.
commented 2015-04-15 19:11:41 -0400
What a crock of SHITE. This guy should be put away for life, not just 3.6 years as asked by the crown. The sad part is that we all know he will get away with it, and some how be an advisor to Wynne.
A sad state of affairs in Canadian Law.
commented 2015-04-15 18:26:05 -0400
“He never intended to hurt a real child…” Then what were the children of the people he contacted and convinced to abuse them — imaginary?