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Man charged in homicide had been found to be danger to public, but judge stayed deportation

Ottawa Citizen: 'The man charged in connection with Ottawa’s latest homicide was to be deported to South Sudan in December because he was a danger to the public, but a judge ruled that doing so would have put him at risk of death or inhumane treatment.

'Ottawa police homicide detectives charged Yohanna David Chol on the weekend with second-degree murder in connection with the shooting death of Vuyo Kashe, 36. Kashe was shot to death late Friday on Clarence Street, a residential street off King Edward Avenue.

'Chol, 36, was born in Sudan in 1986 and came to Canada in 2003 as a refugee, according to federal court records. But his time in Canada was marked by violence and criminality. Records at the Ottawa courthouse show that he was convicted of an array of offences, including assault, drug trafficking and obstructing a peace officer.'

The risk to Canadians is apparently less of concern than the risks to this killer foreign national.

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Larry Martin
Larry Martin
Dec 12, 2023

The decision of deporting the man was absolutely right but he can get the life dangers too after this deportation so the judge needs to made the decision wisely.

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