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Nunavut: Nunavut Justice Minister Kevin Haugen was charged Friday with sexual assault and uttering threats to assault, harassment and physical intimidation of an Indigenous person.
The former deputy premier and police commissioner was charged with sexual assault and criminal harassment of an Indigenous person, a second count of touching an Indigenous person while engaging in sexual 충주출장안마 충주출장샵activity, an interference count for being in a sexual way with an Indigenous person or a criminal harassment count for being a member of an advocacy group or a peace activist in support of the Idle No More movement.
Haugen could face prison time if convicted of the sexual assault count.
He had already pleaded not guilty to a charge of assaulting and interfering with an Indigenous person.
In her closing statement to the court, defence lawyer Jennifer Huxley said Haugen “did not intend to threaten or assault, or commit a criminal act,” because he did not personally know any of the complainants, despite his claim that his sexual activity with the women was legal and legal and fair.
Haugen, 51, of St. Paul, N.L., is an honorary chair in the Law and Public Policy program of the University of New Brunswick, and former minister in the New Brunswick government.