Canada's worst rapist in history is being released from prison despite warnings that he is likely to strike again.
Serial rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah has sexually assaulted dozens of women. On Dec. 21, 1992, Subbiah was convicted of multiple sexual assaults. Some of his victims were as young as 14, and when police arrested him on Aug. 7, 1991, they found he was carrying a black book containing the names of 170 women, rated on a scale of 0 to 10. Subbiah eventually pleaded guilty to 70 offences involving over 30 victims
- While serving his sentence, he refused to take part in a long-term sexual offenders rehabilitation program.
- While serving his sentence, prison staff discovered he had been harassing and manipulating women to obtain nude pictures and phone sex, with the help of his wife.
- He was told in parole hearing that behind-bars therapy hasn’t done him much good and that that he is likely to commit an offence causing death or serious harm to another person when released.
Dear Minister Hussen,
We request your office to carry out the instructions of the Justice David Humphrey, when he ordered police to escort the convicted rapist Selva Kumar Subbiah to his native country. This individual is not a citizen and has hurt hundreds of people in this country. We request that your office detain Subbiah after his release and deport him immediately.
As you are well aware, all foreign nationals and/or permanent residents accused of committing criminal acts are subject to the due process of the law, when convicted, they must serve their sentence before deportation can take place. The law does allow for the removal of serious criminals without an appeal.
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