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HIV-Positive Jamaican Who Infected Women in Canada Extradited To Face Charges

Jamaican Justice Minister Delroy Chuck being sued by man accused of infecting women with HIV GEORGE FLOWERS IS NOW FACING THREE COUNTS OF AGGRAVATED SEXUAL ASSAULT IN CANADA. (PHOTO: TORONTO POLICE SERVICE)

 

Four years after Canadian authorities demanded the extradition of Jamaican George Flowers, he has finally returned to Toronto.

On Thursday, law enforcers escorted the 48-year-old HIV-infected man to Canada where he is charged with 12 counts of sexual assault.

It is alleged that Flowers knowingly engaged in sexual intercourse with several women without disclosing his HIV status. Four women have brought cases against him.

According to information released by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP) in Jamaica, “three of the four complainants subsequently contracted HIV, and all the complainants swore in affidavits that they would not have had sexual intercourse with him had they known he was HIV positive.”

Toronto police told the Globe and Mail in an article published in October 2012, that Flowers worked in Toronto in the entertainment business and met women in bars and other venues.

It’s alleged he has known since 1996 that he carries the HIV virus, which causes AIDS, but did not disclose his status.

The article further pointed out that Canada’s Criminal Code specifies that anyone who is HIV positive must apprise their sexual partners, and charges can be laid regardless of whether the infection is transmitted.

Since his arrest in Jamaica in August 2015, Flowers had waged several legal battles to prevent his extradition.

In his final attempt in January, he filed an application contending that the extradition warrant that was signed by Justice Minister Delroy Chuck on November 30 was flawed and invalid.

His defence team had argued that it was signed while Flowers had a matter before the court. Furthermore, they contended that the warrant was no longer valid as the Extradition Act stipulates that a warrant expires after one month. However, the Court of Appeal later struck out the matter.


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Jamaican HIV positive man who knowingly infected 12 women, plus his own wife, wanted in Canada now hiding in Jamaica

The legal representatives of a man who is wanted for sex crimes in Canada have filed legal action against the Jamaican Justice Minister, Delroy Chuck.

The matter set to be heard in the Supreme Court next week.

The plaintiff is George Flowers, a Jamaican-born Canadian fugitive who has filed contempt of court proceedings against Minister Chuck.

Don Foote, one of the attorneys representing Flowers, has claimed that Chuck breached the law when he signed an extradition warrant for Flowers last year while there was a challenge in court about the legality of his extradition.

Foote has accused the minister of breaching his client's constitutional rights. 

Flowers, who is HIV-positive, is wanted by the Canadian government on a number of counts of  sexual assault.

Reports are that he had unprotected sex with more than a dozen women whom he met at bars, without disclosing his HIV status. Four women, including his wife, have reportedly made complaints against him. Three of the women are now HIV positive and the women said if they knew he was HIV positive, they would not have been intimate with him.

In 2014 he was ordered to be extradited by a Jamaican court, but a judicial review of the court ruling was sought, and the Judicial Review Court is shortly to hand down a ruling on the motion that he brought before it.

The motion involved asking the Judicial Review Court to quash the decision of the local court to order his extradition.

Of note is that the Court of Appeal rejected an application from Flowers last month.

In the appeal filed on November 25 last year, Flowers argued that he should be released because Jamaica does not have a corresponding law for the offense for which he is being extradited. He also pointed out in the appeal that contracting HIV during consensual sex with a person who did not disclose his or her status does not constitute the offense of inflicting assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Flowers had also claimed in his appeal that if he was forced to disclose his HIV status to the women, his Constitutional right to privacy would have been breached.

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George Flowers, HIV-positive man, who was born in Jamaica, is wanted by the Canadian government on a number of counts of sexual assault.

Reports are that Flowers, who fled to Jamaica, had unprotected sex with more than a dozen women in Canada whom he met at bars, without disclosing his HIV status. Four women, including his wife, have reportedly made complaints against him. Three of the women are now HIV positive and the women said if they knew he was HIV positive, they would not have been intimate with him.

In 2012 the Toronto police issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for George Flowers, 43 - also known as Mr. Flowas.

It's alleged he has known since 1996 that he carries the HIV virus, which causes AIDS, but did not disclose his status.

Mr. Flowers worked in Toronto in the entertainment business and met the women he befriended in bars and other venues, police said.

The Criminal Code specifies that anyone who is HIV-positive must apprise their sexual partners, and charges can be laid regardless of whether the infection is transmitted.

In 2014 he was ordered to be extradited by a Jamaican court, but a judicial review of the court ruling was sought, and the Judicial Review Court is shortly to hand down a ruling on the motion that he brought before it.

The motion involved asking the Judicial Review Court to quash the decision of the local court to order his extradition.

In the appeal filed on November 25 last year, Flowers argued that he should be released because Jamaica does not have a corresponding law for the offense for which he is being extradited. He also pointed out in the appeal that contracting HIV during consensual sex with a person who did not disclose his or her status does not constitute the offense of inflicting assault occasioning grievous bodily harm.

Flowers had also claimed in his appeal that if he was forced to disclose his HIV status to the women, his Constitutional right to privacy would have been breached.

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Comment by caribmama on June 30, 2017 at 6:56pm

Bastard!

Comment by Hantreez on June 26, 2017 at 2:09am
he's a wicked piece of s***
Comment by HandsomeMan on June 25, 2017 at 10:12pm
Being wicked don't pay. Dude went from handsome man to ugly man.
I plan on staying a handsome. Ain't fking with the Queen's like that. This s*** is sick.
Comment by James Gibbs on June 25, 2017 at 7:22pm

This is why, people must take extreme caution and use protection ( Condoms and Coconut pills) when engaging sexual relations of the opposite sex. You would never know whose carrying the monster ( HIV called AIDS).

Comment by Loveli on April 28, 2017 at 9:27pm

eeww

Comment by AfricanGoddess on April 17, 2017 at 1:22am

Some people are clearly not in their right mind,if they are sleeping around without protection these days.

SMDH@ Stupidity!

A few minutes of lust isn't worth your life,wrap that shyt up and stop being so freaking gullible! ... to top the madness off,now many are into assss phucking raw and doing so with multiple partners at any given time(which can include any of the following -->straight,bi,gay,tranny and confused)... this disease living lifestyle,disease carrying numbnucks,diseasing giving slackness,disease breeding phucktards... stay getting got out there,black fools participating in their own demise!

I wish,I wish I could go back in time when people blacks had a little of their own minds... now,these low self esteemed(parading as belonging) blackies follow every latest fad,even if it means hasten death... no brain cell having,self destructive robots.

The bizzare part ... the ones who are out there assss phucking everybody,have the nerves to talk about gay people and their sexuality while indulging in gayish sex/behavior... Madness,I tell you!

Comment by Samantha on April 8, 2017 at 7:33pm
Women still have to be careful and wear protection . Skin for skin will lead to pleasure and regrets
Comment by elinor goddard on April 6, 2017 at 11:37pm
Well #1 you should not be having sex with anyone without a condom I don't understand in this day and time that women would take that chance and still have unprotected sex!!!! These days before any long term relationship having STD testing is a must!!!! Women use your head !!! a couple of minutes of feeling good will cost you a lifetime of misery. It's just plain old nastiness. Women use your head. !!!
Comment by Karen dickey on April 5, 2017 at 5:49am
He is a killer he has no rights
Comment by Quentin Archer on April 3, 2017 at 2:01pm
This guy should be under the jail not in it.

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