North Saanich man jailed five years for cyber sex tourism, possession of child pornography

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A North Saanich man who sat at his computer and directed a Chinese father to sexually assault his young son was sentenced Thursday to five years in a federal penitentiary.

In what is believed to be Canada’s first case of cyber sex tourism, Jean-Pierre François Lévesque, 62, pleaded guilty June 10 to possession of child pornography for the purpose of trafficking, and counselling to commit a sexual assault on a person under the age of 16.

B.C. Supreme Court Justice Keith Bracken called the facts of the case disturbing: “I will say that it is beyond understatement that the police report contains perverted and disgusting material.”

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