A few days later, far away from the cameras and the talk shows, the RCMP wrote a series of confidential memos to Stockwell Day, Stephen Harper’s minister of public safety and emergency preparedness.The Mounties wanted to make sure the new Conservative government, elected six months earlier, understood exactly what it inherited: a sex offender registry in desperate need of repair.When he lived in British Columbia, Peter Whitmore followed the rules. For once in his life — for an entire year, in fact — Whitmore was a law-abiding pedophile. A notorious child molester, Whitmore’s rap sheet is full of repulsive crimes and empty promises. And he was back home (at his aunt’s house in Chilliwack) every night by 10 o’clock.However, in December 2012 he was arrested as part of Operation Yewtree and charged with two offences of indecent assault which were followed, several months later, by nine more charges.One of those involved a girl who had been just 14 in 1996 when the assault was alleged to have occured.Unveiled in 2004 by the federal Liberals, the NSOR was supposed to be a state-of-the-art investigative tool, a nationwide database that can tell police which rapists and pedophiles live in which neighbourhoods.But Whitmore — a man so dangerous that the National Parole Board considered him a “100 per cent” guarantee to reoffend — was not listed on the system. 1, 2006, when police cornered Whitmore at an abandoned farmhouse in rural Saskatchewan.
After he served every last day of his three-year sentence, authorities slapped him with a Section 810, a court order that imposed a long list of strict living conditions.This fall, we’ll continue to add more services and make improvements based on your feedback.Please explore the site and let us know what you think. Mr Clifford, a public relations expert, has pleaded not guilty to 11 charges of indecent assault.(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) Clifford sold countless kiss and tells to the press and managed to kill certain planned exposes on celebrities while feeding others to the press.
(Photo by Oli Scarff/Getty Images) Leaving school at 15 he spent a short time working for a department store before securing a job as an editorial assistant at the Eagle comic.