HIV-positive Teen Alberta
August 10, 2011 by staff
The faces of 17 years of age, two counts of aggravated sexual assault and was arrested on Saturday hitchhiked out of town after police released her name and photograph.
The police sought a court order to publish her identity, which is usually protected by their status as minors. Media reports to identify her since been taken down from the Internet.
She was searched after police received complaints from both men about their HIV status. A third man was released after her photo was published, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. said.
She appeared in court Tuesday and was denied bail.
Her next court appearance was scheduled for Auf. 23, CTV News.
Canadian law requires that anyone with HIV or AIDS to disclose that to prospective partners before having sex.
Meanwhile, human rights groups protest against police tactics.
HIV Edmonton Shelley Williams told the CBC girl reputation was damaged irreversibly by the publication of her name and picture.
“From a legal point of view that is a minor, it is supposed to be revealed,” he said. “It is knowing and somehow is supposed to disappear a day later … Well, it’s too late, you’re out there.”
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