Five more women have now come forward with allegations that Liberal Senator Colin Kenny sexually assaulted and harassed them dating back to the 1980s:
“He [Colin Kenny] would try to grab my breasts and I would push him away. He wouldn’t take no for an answer”
“On one occasion, he [Colin Kenny] grabbed my buttocks… [he] would try to peer down your blouse,”
“He [Colin Kenny] tried to kiss me and grope me. He was stalking me. It was non-stop,” (see here)
These latest allegations add to the former Kenny staffer who came forward last November with her complaint and which Trudeau stayed quiet about (see here).
But maybe the most damaging is this quote:
In some cases, the harassment stopped when the police were contacted. In other cases, authorities believed Kenny over the women. (see here)
The police had files of sexual complaints against Kenny and seemingly either just warned him to stop or did nothing by taking his word over the complainants.
Tell me that the RCMP and/or Ottawa Police didn’t do their best to keep these serious and repeated sexual complaints against Kenny under wraps in order to protect him.
Also: CTV reported last night that outside investigators have concluded that Kenny used Senate staff to run errands for him including picking up prescriptions for erectile dysfunction (see here). See earlier blog post about it here