Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Female School worker accused of sexual exploitation

My comment left on the Sun Site:

January 26th 2010, 1:39pm

Its interesting the self righteous indignation when a female is named for degenerate behaviour but no one think its inappropriate for a male. We have a several layered legal system and it should be consistent. We either name everyone charged or we don`t. 

I`ll lay odds of 100-1 she gets a much lighter sentence than a man would with the same charge. It is one of the tiers of the legal system in Canada which has many eunuchs in positions of responsibility including judges, lawyers and politicians.MJM

Last Updated: 26th January 2010, 11:32am

Oilfields High School in Black 
Diamond. (Photo by NADIA 
MOHARIB/Calgary Sun) 
Oilfields High School in Black Diamond.
(Photo by NADIA MOHARIB/Calgary Sun)
Charges of luring, sexual exploitation and drug trafficking have been laid against a 39-year-old woman working at a Black Diamond school, the RCMP said Tuesday.

The Black Diamond resident, "is charged with respect to her alleged actions with two separate male individuals, both of whom were students at the school at which she was employed," said RCMP spokesman Sgt. Patrick Webb.

"These charges were laid after an extensive investigation which involved interviews of over 30 potential witnesses and consultation with the Crown to ascertain the most appropriate charges," he said.

"The allegations center around extensive phone and text messaging contact between (the woman) and each of the males, starting with one in the fall of 2007 and the other in late 2008.

"At no time was there any physical harm to the victims."

Tanya Marie Cossette, of Black Diamond, faces charges of sexual exploitation, of luring a child and of trafficking Cannabis.

Cossette was arrested and has been released to appear at Okotoks provincial court on January 29, 2010.

The Turner Valley RCMP asks anyone who may feel they were victimized as well, or anyone who feels they may have information about these incidents to call the detachment.


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