Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh was extradited to Canada from India in June 2007 to stand trial on 43 charges of sexual abuse. The charges related to incidents involving nine young persons between 1970 and 1977. Mr. MacIntosh was brought back to Canada to face justice after a lengthy investigation and extradition process that began in February 1995 when the first complainant went to the police. This report is the result of a thorough examination of the role that federal authorities played in these unfortunate events in order to determine how the Government of Canada's actions contributed to this outcome.
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