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Former hostage Joshua Boyle, who faces a set of 19 prices associated to alleged incidents after he returned to Canada in October, may have a bail listening to on the Ottawa courthouse as we speak.

After his arrest on New Year’s Day in Ottawa, Boyle confronted 15 prices relating to 2 alleged victims, together with eight counts of assault, two counts of sexual assault, two counts of illegal confinement, uttering a risk to trigger loss of life, public mischief, and administering a noxious substance.

Those authentic 15 prices had been withdrawn by the Crown in January, and a new set of 19 prices had been entered into the document. The follow is just not unusual, and is called a relay of prices.

The 19 prices, which associated to 1 alleged sufferer as a substitute of two, are:

  • One depend of sexual assault whereas threatening to make use of a weapon (ropes).
  • One depend of sexual assault with a weapon (ropes).
  • One depend of uttering a risk to trigger loss of life.
  • Nine counts of assault.
  • One depend of assault with a weapon (a broomstick).
  • Three counts of illegal confinement.
  • One depend of administering a noxious substance (the antidepressant Trazodone).
  • One depend of public mischief (deceptive a police officer into believing that somebody was suicidal and lacking, inflicting the officer to begin an investigation, and thereby diverting suspicion away from Boyle).
  • One depend of felony harassment.

In an look April 9, the Crown informed courtroom it is altering the title of the sufferer for one of many 19 prices, and that there are two alleged victims. The identities of each alleged victims are protected by publication bans.

Police allege the offences occurred in Ottawa between Oct. 14 and Dec. 30. None of the fees has been confirmed in courtroom.

‘The youngsters and I are doing OK’

Boyle, his American spouse Caitlan Coleman and their three youngsters had been freed in October, 5 years after the couple was kidnapped whereas on a backpacking journey in Afghanistan. The youngsters had been born in captivity.

In an interview with The Fifth Estate‘s Habiba Nosheen after Boyle’s arrest, Coleman mentioned she hopes Boyle will get the assistance he wants.

« The kids and I are doing OK given the circumstances, » mentioned Coleman.

Upon Boyle’s return to Canada, he informed CBC News that members of the Taliban-linked Haqqani community killed their toddler daughter and raped his spouse throughout their 5 years in captivity. The household was moved between 23 totally different areas inside 50 kilometres of the Afghanistan-Pakistan border, and frolicked in each international locations.

Boyle mentioned his household was shuffled amongst no less than three prisons. One was remarkably barbaric, he mentioned, whereas one other one was significantly violent. He and his spouse had been steadily separated and overwhelmed.

Boyle settled into his dad and mom’ house in Smiths Falls, Ont., when he returned to Canada in October, however courtroom information present his most up-to-date deal with was in Ottawa.

Boyle and his household met with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Dec. 19. (@boylesvsworld/Twitter)

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