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Peel Police make arrest after alleged sexual assault
Investigators allege a 22-year-old woman was grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted the morning of June 13th.
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Peel region police have made an arrest after an alleged sexual assault in Mississauga.
    
Investigators allege a 22-year-old woman was grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted the morning of June 13th.
    
Forty-two year old Kirk Williams has been charged with sexual assault and a number of other offences, including forcible confinement, overcoming resistance by attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle and breach of probation

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  1. Tanya posted on 06/22/2014 12:30 PM
    "overcoming resistance by attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle"
    What does that mean?
    I'm American and guessing that we would call "attempting to choke......." attempted murder. "Overcoming resistance"......hmm if the person was unconscious and not resisting when you choked them it wouldn't be a crime?

    Some savvy defense lawyer might try to make a case "he didn't resist, therefore my client is not guilty of overcoming resistance......."

    Stranger things have happened, especially in Canadian courtrooms.
    (I love Canada, but the legal system could use an overhaul)
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Peel region police have made an arrest after an alleged sexual assault in Mississauga.
    
Investigators allege a 22-year-old woman was grabbed from behind and sexually assaulted the morning of June 13th.
    
Forty-two year old Kirk Williams has been charged with sexual assault and a number of other offences, including forcible confinement, overcoming resistance by attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle and breach of probation

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  1. Tanya posted on 06/22/2014 12:30 PM
    "overcoming resistance by attempting to choke, suffocate or strangle"
    What does that mean?
    I'm American and guessing that we would call "attempting to choke......." attempted murder. "Overcoming resistance"......hmm if the person was unconscious and not resisting when you choked them it wouldn't be a crime?

    Some savvy defense lawyer might try to make a case "he didn't resist, therefore my client is not guilty of overcoming resistance......."

    Stranger things have happened, especially in Canadian courtrooms.
    (I love Canada, but the legal system could use an overhaul)
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