Convicted Man Walks Free

Convicted Man Walks Free Police in Canada won't lay charges against man convicted in Cambodia. Story by: Doug Collins

A man convicted in absentia for sex crimes against children in Cambodia has now been allowed unrestricted freedom in Canada after the R-C-M-P declined to lay charges.
Orville Mader had faced three years of restrictions that kept him off the Internet and away from children in Canada, and Crown counsel says he fully complied with those conditions.
The R-C-M-P's decision not to lay charges means no longer faces those restrictions, as police and prosecutors allowed his peace bond to lapse late last year.
Mader got on a plane in Vancouver from Asia in 2007, shortly after he was charged in Thailand for sexually assaulting a teenage boy.


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