Saturday, January 16, 2016


From The Montreal Gazette, January 6, 2016:

"Walid Mustapha Chalhoub, 33, a resident of the Ahuntsic-Cartierville borough, is charged with sexual assault on eight minors and an 18-year-old woman he had previously dated. He faces 48 charges in all in a trial at the Montreal courthouse. That includes ten counts of sexual assault, two counts of armed sexual assault and 11 counts of extortion.

Quebec Court Judge Serge Boisvert heard testimony from two young women who were close friends when they decided to go to Chalhoub’s apartment in the borough because a schoolmate had told one of them Chalhoub had a way for them to make easy money. The women were 16 and 17 when they went to Chalhoub’s home in August 2013. Both gave the Montreal police videotaped statements, last February, in which they said Chalhoub was vague about the contracts he offered them. The statements were played for Boisvert before each witness testified.

The young women said they were given alcohol and offered marijuana when they arrived and found a small party in progress in Chalhoub’s apartment. As the night progressed people gradually left and Chalhoub talked of being a chauffeur for escorts, claimed he was part of the Mafia and boasted that he had killed people.

Both women said they assumed Chalhoub wanted something sexual from them but that he was never specific when they discussed the contracts. One witness, who was 17 when Chalhoub sexually assaulted her, said she initially assumed her body would be painted while she was nude before going to his apartment. In her videotaped statement to Montreal police Det.-Sgt. Brigitte Guérard, recorded on Feb. 10 last year, the witness said that once she signed the contract Chalhoub suddenly made it clear he expected sex from her. She could either make $5,000 to perform fellatio on him using Nutella, a hazelnut cocoa spread, or make $12,000 to have intercourse with him. He said the sex acts would be recorded on video and sent to an Internet site where clients would to pay to view it. He assured her the video would not be accessible in Montreal. She told Guérard she felt drunk when she signed the three-page document.

She said she decided to back out of the agreement as Chalhoub walked with her to a Petro-Canada gas station near his home to buy condoms. When asked if she had actually agreed to have sex with Chalhoub at that point she replied that she was going along with him because she felt pressured and threatened.

“I said I didn’t want to do it. He said that to annul the contract would cost me $3,800,” the witness told Guérard in February. “He said he could set my house on fire, to think of my family, that he was part of the Mafia.”

The witness said she agreed to have sex with Chalhoub only out of fear and that she cried and held her 16-year-old friend’s hand while he raped her. She later testified that she didn’t want her friend to leave because she dreaded the idea of being left alone with Chalhoub.

“He told me to stop crying because it didn’t excite him,” the witness said.

The young woman’s father was in the courtroom while part of her videotaped statement was played for Boisvert. The man stared directly at Chalhoub, who sat in a prisoner’s dock, and never took his eyes off of him. Chalhoub avoided the father’s stare by keeping his eyes fixed on a television screen as the statement was shown. The father left the courtroom before his daughter described being raped...."

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Canada's Lunatic-in-Chief Justin Turdeau has plegded to resettle 25,000 "Syrian" "refugees" by the end of February. Good luck with that.


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