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Toronto: Floozy Sabrina Siconolfi gets 6 years behind bars in death of two-year-old daughter, Sakina Abdurahman

Toronto mom sentenced to 6 years for daughter’s death

Sabrina Siconolfi sentenced for criminal negligence in the death of her two-year-old daughter, Sakina Abdurahman.

Abdalla Abdurahman and wife Sabrina Siconolfi sit with their child daughter Sakina in a Facebook photo posted in July 2009. The toddler was found dead in the family's apartment in July 2012.

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Abdalla Abdurahman and wife Sabrina Siconolfi sit with their child daughter Sakina in a Facebook photo posted in July 2009. The toddler was found dead in the family’s apartment in July 2012.

By:  Crime, Published on Fri Sep 06 2013
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Sabrina Siconolfi blinked back tears and looked over her shoulder at her parents as she was led from court in handcuffs to begin a 6-year-sentence for criminal negligence in the death of her two-year-old daughter, Sakina Abdurahman.

It was the first strong display of emotion on Friday in the University Ave. courthouse for Siconolfi, 32, who earlier begged Justice Ian Nordheimer to return her to her three surviving children.

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Brampton, Ont.: Federick Gayle and Elizabeth Gayle guilty of first-degree murder in death of 15-year-old daughter Tiffany Gayle

 

Murderer Elizabeth Gayle

Ontario parents found guilty in grisly murder of teen Tiffany Gayle
By Matthew Coutts | Daily Brew – 17 hours ago

A court sketch shows murder victim Tiffany Gayle’s parents, Federick, and stepmother Elizabeth Gayle. She came to Canada to be with her family,
but there is little indication that she found a home here, not even for a moment.

Tiffany Gayle, a 15-year-old girl who moved to Brampton, Ont., from Jamaica, was found dead in June 2010, beaten and left in a bloody bathtub just 17 months after coming to Canada to live with her father and stepmother.

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Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children at centre of lawsuit with allegations of physical and sexual abuse

 

‘The Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children’ is at the centre of a lawsuit and a controversy with allegations of physical and sexual abuse stretching back decades. Three former residents tell their story to CBC’s The Current. (CBC)

 

Two girls work on crafts in the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children, while a caretaker helps them. (Courtesy Nova Scotia Archives)

Abuse Allegations: The Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children
WARNING: Parts of the following discussion are graphic and disturbing
CBC News Posted: Nov 7, 2012 2:39 PM AT Last Updated: Nov 12, 2012 6:20 PM AT
‘The Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children’ is at the centre of a lawsuit and a controversy with allegations of physical and sexual abuse stretching back decades. Three former residents tell their story to CBC’s The Current. (CBC) Facebook

It is a shelter for young people with a name from the past that can still make you flinch: “The Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children” is at the centre of a lawsuit and a controversy with allegations of physical and sexual abuse stretching back decades. The Current hears from three former residents and from the Nova Scotia government minister responsible for the file.

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Vancouver: Charged with human trafficking, Reza Moazami now facing additional charges

 

Reza Moazami accused of pimping girls as young as 14-years-old
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Human trafficking suspect faces additional charges
CBC News Posted: Dec 28, 2012 10:02 AM PT Last Updated: Dec 28, 2012 11:40 AM PT
A Vancouver man facing human trafficking charges is now facing additional charges after allegedly breaching his court-ordered conditions.

Reza Moazami, 28, was arrested last year and charged with a number of criminal offences, including trafficking, sexual exploitation and living off the avails of a juvenile.

Vancouver police say Moazami was arrested on Dec. 18 after he allegedly contacted one of his victims through other people.

He has been charged with breach of a court order and obstruction of justice.

A 22-year-old woman and a 30-year-old man were also arrested as a result of the investigation.

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Pimp Jamal Forde-Beckles pleads guilty, gets 1 year


Jamal Forde-Beckles, 24, of Markham, pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Ontario Superior Court to living off the avails and beating a woman he met in Mississauga in 2010. He was sentenced to a year in jail.

Young Markham pimp pleads guilty, gets 1 year
Published on Wednesday December 19, 2012

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Jamal Forde-Beckles, 24, of Markham, pleaded guilty on Wednesday in Ontario Superior Court to living off the avails and beating a woman he met in Mississauga in 2010. He was sentenced to a year in jail.
Peter Small
Courts Bureau

A Markham man has pleaded guilty to living off the avails of a woman he met at a Mississauga strip club.

Jamal Forde-Beckles must serve a further four months and 21 days after Ontario Superior Court Justice Jane Kelly sentenced him to a year in jail Wednesday, deducting time he has already served.

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Lunch supervisor Karla Martinez arrested and charged with assaulting five children

 

Karla Martinez, 34, a lunch supervisor at Essex Junior Public School, leaves Old City Hall court after getting bail on Friday. Martinez was arrested and charged with five counts of assaulting children at the school during their lunch hour.

Lunchroom supervisor charged with assaulting five students
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Karla Martinez, 34, a lunch supervisor at Essex Junior Public School, leaves Old City Hall court after getting bail on Friday. Martinez was arrested and charged with five counts of assaulting children at the school during their lunch hour.
Andrew Livingstone, Jennifer Pagliaro and Alexandra Bosanac
Staff Reporters

A lunch supervisor who allegedly straddled an 8-year-old boy and clawed at his face in a Christie Pit’s school playground before attacking four other children was released from custody for a mental health assessment Friday.

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