Nunavut man to serve two years for four assault convictions

“The victims were vulnerable and defenceless victims who suffered serious injuries”

A Cape Dorset man must serve two years plus one day in prison for brutal assaults on four Nunavut women last summer, a Nunavut judge has ruled. Timothy Ezekiel, 27, will serve that time in a federal penitentiary, for assaults he committed in the summer of 2018, all fuelled by alcohol. In August Ezekiel brutally…

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