Saturday, March 16, 2013

Toronto pastor arrested for sexually assualting four women and girls

TORONTO - Toronto police say they’ve arrested a pastor who faces sexual assault charges involving girls as young as 14.

Between November 2010 and January 2013, police say a pastor allegedly sexually assaulted four women and girls who were between the ages of 14 and 21.

Police say 36-year-old Artelino Vallada was arrested on Thursday and faces four counts of sexual assault, two counts of sexual interference and two counts of invitation to sexual touching.
He was set to appear in court on Friday.

Police believe there may be more victims and are asking anyone with information to contact them.

http://www.therecord.com/news/canada/article/903066--toronto-pastor-arrested-faces-sex-assault-charges-involving-girls-as-young-as-14

2 comments:

Look in the Mirror said...

So let's get this straight: Some jackass who can't keep his John Thomas in his trousers and who just happens to be a Protestant pastor is a reason "why Christianity is the wrong path"? What about the terrible record of abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community? What about the fact that there is a greater percentage of lawyers and doctors who abuse minors than religious clergy or any sort? And what of the fact that any true Christian -- Protestant, Catholic, Orthodox -- would condemn what this cretin did because it totally goes against Scripture, not to mention Tradition?

Your posting this shows a tremendous a) an in ability to make intellectual distinctions; b) lack of intellectual honesty; c) a very well-honed ability to smear by association with ad hominem attacks; d) all of the above. Take your pick.

This isn't to say you can't make intellectual arguments against Christianity (although they're typically easily refuted, in my experience). It is to say that if you're a person of good will, you'll do so in a spirit of intellectual honesty and not sink to this level, which is, really, unworthy of you or anyone with any degree of intelligence. Regardless (and I mean this sincerely), be assured of my prayers for blessings to rain down upon you, and I humbly ask that you return that favor for me.

In Christ,
Look in the Mirror

Look in the Mirror said...

Sorry for the typo above. It should read, "a) a tremendous inability ..."