South Dundas - June 6, 2015 - In the real world, not the political world, when there
are allegations of wrong-doing, the person or people accused are
investigated. Not only are they investigated, if they are in a
position of trust, all of the work of the accused is reviewed,
Case in point, former North Stormont treasurer Monique Lajeunesse.
Lajeunesse was charged in 2012 for major fraud, theft, and breach of
trust, over $113,000 being stolen from taxpayers in North Stormont.
She plead guilty in 2013 to those charges, and received two one-year
sentences, served concurrently. Over the course of the investigation,
everything she worked on was audited and reviewed. It would have to
be, due to the nature of the crime and the breach of trust charge.
There are many examples in business and in local government where this
The question is then, why can’t the Kathleen Wynne government allow a
review or audit of all of the policy documents that convicted and
admitted sex-offender Ben Levin worked on?
Ben Levin, a member of Ontario Liberal Leader Kathleen Wynne’s
transition team when she took office as Premier, her deputy minister
when she was Minister of Education, the person who was responsible for
the version of the controversial sex-education curriculum in 2010 that
was shelved. The same version that the curriculum that is being rolled
out this coming fall was based on. Why is there no review or audit?
Why has there been no public review or audit of any policy, document
or work done by Ben Levin during his time in the employ of the
province of Ontario? If there has been a review or audit done, why is
the public, the ones who paid the salary of this admitted
sex-offender, not being told of the results?
This is not just one of those usual “tin-foil hat” conspiracies we are
talking about here. This is someone who was in a position of enormous
influence or trust over the education of children in the province of
Ontario. This same person admitted to, plead guilty to, and now will
be serving a three-year sentence for criminal offenses involving
Levin, who was billed as “a leading expert in childhood education”,
fantasized about incest, child-rape, and other acts. He wrote the 2010
sex-ed curriculum, which is the basis of the 2015 curriculum that
Kathleen Wynne and Education Minister Liz Sandals is so adamant will
be implemented this fall.
Ontario Court Judge Heather McArthur, the judge who sentenced Levin,
stated that, “I accept that Mr. Levin did not actually sexually
assault his children.” Thankfully.
His three-year sentence consists of a six-month mandatory sentence
plus 12 months for making of and possessing child pornography, and 18
months for counselling someone on how to sexually-assault their child.
That someone was the undercover police officer responsible for helping
convict this sicko.
Sicko. A sicko, a pervert, who was placed in the trust of guiding
education policy in Ontario for children. How can Premier Kathleen
Wynne not order a review of every document, every policy, every report
or email that Ben Levin, her deputy, dealt with?