Did NDP database manager use party info to track sexual assault victims?

NDP political organizer Ibata Noric Hexamer plead guilty to six charges relating to the knifepoint sexual assaults of four young girls (14, 14, 13 and 6) in BC court today (see here).

Besides being the former database manager for the federal NDP, Hexamer was the personal assistant to the NDP-related Vancouver civic political party COPE councillors Tim Louis, Ellen Woodsworth, Tim Stevenson, and Dr. Fred Bass. This guy was a very deep NDP insider and no casual volunteer by any means.

A few questions came up today that the media report didn’t cover:

– when was he hired and who did the hiring?

– what was the vetting process with his hiring?

– were these girls in the NDP database and did he use that information to target them?

The police looked into all this though right?

h/t Leo Knight 

Update: The Globe and Mail’s Rod Mickleburgh doesn’t mention this sexual predator’s NDP background (see here)

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5 Responses to “Did NDP database manager use party info to track sexual assault victims?”

  1. Luke Says:

    Awful. My prayers are with the kids and their families. Sexual predators seem to be everywhere these days. Was it always like this, or did something happen in the last 30 years?

    • BC Blue Says:

      My belief is that it was always like this but the police have better investigative techniques and people don’t keep sexual assaults as quiet like they use to.

  2. constellation1@bell.net Says:

    I think the internet is making it worse. Too much porn available too easily.

  3. Sean M Says:

    Cue the media silence. crickets…


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