More sexual assault charges laid against former Ottawa teacher
Ottawa police say the man taught in the Ottawa-Carleton District
School Board during the 1980s.
Police have charged a former Ottawa teacher with sexual assault.
Ottawa police have laid more charges against a
In June, Robert Clarke, 72, of Morrisburg, Ont.,
was charged with one count of sexual assault. At the time,
Ottawa police said they believed there could be more victims.
On Friday, Ottawa police said four more people
have since come forward and Clarke is facing additional charges.
Clarke is now also facing four charges of gross
indecency, two charges of sexual assault, and a charge of sexual
He is scheduled to appear in court Aug. 22.
Ottawa police say the alleged incidents occurred
between 1973 and 1992 while he was a teacher working for the
Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
The investigation is ongoing and police are
concerned there could be more victims
Commentary by the Ottawa Mens Centre
Another case that raises the issue of why the complainants did
not "come forward" earlier.
Fact is, many victims, male or female are reluctant to report
such offences to police and,
its no secret that male victims are more reluctant to come
forward than female victims.
Male victims of female abuse are even less likely to report abuse
and its also no secret
that Ottawa Police CHARGE male victims of female abuse simply
because the Ottawa Police
engage in utter fabrications to justify their political decisions
to a fascist policy of Male Sharia Law.
Ottawa Mens Centre