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Mc Arthur had to submit his DNA to a database and was compelled to undertake psychological and psychiatric counselling including anger management.

A retired homicide detective noted that parole conditions were unenforceable, were not published or made public knowledge and that parole violators were caught only if they come to the attention of police.

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I am not against homosexuals as people, but I do not support their lifestyle choices. Most of us agree on many morals: respect, honesty, kindness.

There are also many behaviours and acts that most of us would not condone: rape, robbery, assault, drunken driving, pedophilia, incest and so on.

A colleague who installed water features on three of his projects in 2011 described Mc Arthur as more of a gardener, operating out of a little van with old tools.

He said that Mc Arthur was always accompanied by an older white man, who appeared to be romantically involved with him, and a day labourer, usually of Southeast Asian or Middle Eastern descent.

Between 20, a series of men disappeared in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

In the early part of the decade, the Toronto Police Service (TPS) had created Project Houston, a divisional task force which linked the disappearance of three men of South Asian or Middle Eastern origin to Church and Wellesley, Toronto's gay village.

The victim lost consciousness, then called 9-1-1 when he awoke and was taken to St. He had suffered injuries to his head and body and needed several stitches on the back of his head and his fingers as well as six weeks of physiotherapy.

The victim, said by the Crown to have been traumatized by the incident, did not provide a victim-impact statement for the sentencing, and there were concerns that Mc Arthur's unexplained behaviour may have been due to the combination of Mc Arthur's anti-seizure medication with amyl nitrite During the sentence, he was barred from Church and Wellesley except for work and medical appointments, had to stay at least 10 metres (33 ft) from the victim's home or workplace, and could not spend time with "male prostitutes".

" and "You're just like the rest of them, you think I'm crazy." A. Khan, a Toronto restaurant owner, remembered Mc Arthur as a friendly regular.

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