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Sex offender Graham James gets 2 years in prison

Disgraced former junior hockey coach Graham James is heading back behind bars.

Manitoba provincial court Judge Catherine Carlson sentenced James to two years for sexually abusing two former players —ex-NHLer Theoren Fleury and Fleury's younger cousin, Todd Holt — while coaching them in the junior hockey ranks during the 1980s and early '90s.

The sentence, handed down Tuesday morning in Winnipeg, is two years on each offence to be served concurrently.

One spectator in the courtroom Tuesday shouted "Yay," while another spat out an expletive as James shook his lawyer's hand and was led away in handcuffs.

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TORONTO -- If Imani Nakpangi had been convicted of human trafficking in the United States, he would have faced at least 20 years in jail.

In Canada, he was handed five years -- three for trafficking a teenager and two for living off the avails of a teenaged prostitute.

There is no mandatory minimum sentence for human trafficking convictions in Canada, not even for children.


A private member's bill to be tabled in the House of Commons this afternoon will set out to change that.

Winnipeg MP Joy Smith, who has crusaded tirelessly to raise awareness about slavery in Canada, will introduce a bill calling for a minimum sentence of five years for those who traffic minors, the Sun has learned.

In a country that is several strides behind in addressing the flesh trade, this is Smith's latest effort to catch up.

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Like Alfred Kinsey, Obama HHS “Grooming” Children for Sex

My dear friend and colleague Dr. Judith Reisman, a visiting law professor at Liberty University School of Law, recently guest lectured during “Sexual Behavior and the Law,” a course I teach. Dr. Reisman’s lecture was filmed by CSPAN and will be airing soon.

In past years, Dr. Reisman has served as scientific consultant to four U.S. Department of Justice administrations, the U.S. Department of Education and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). She is a world renowned expert on the discredited research of bug doctor turned “sexologist,” Alfred Kinsey.

Kinsey, though married to a woman who took part in his many filmed “scientific” orgies, was a promiscuous homosexual and sadomasochist. He managed to completely upend and twist the world’s perception of human sexuality in the 1950s and ’60s with his world famous “Kinsey Reports.”

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Bronx churches celebrate court ruling that allows religious groups to meet in vacant public school space

Some local church worshippers were making a “joyful noise” on Sunday following a court ruling that allowed them to continue meeting in public schools on weekends.

“We were very grateful for the decision. When we got the news, some of our people were very excited,” said the Rev. Robert Hall of the Bronx Household of Faith, which meets at Public School 15 in University Heights.

The church has been locked in the legal battle with the city Department of Education since 1995 over whether religious groups can hold services in public schools outside of school hours.