What’s Current: Nova Scotia’s first convicted human trafficker threatens teenage victim

Owen Gibson-Skeir leaves court after human trafficking conviction. Photograph: Mark Crosby/CBC
Owen Gibson-Skeir leaves court after human trafficking conviction. Photograph: Mark Crosby/CBC

Nova Scotia’s first convicted human trafficker threatens teenage victim on his way out of the courtroom, mouthing “I’ll see you” to her while making a gun gesture with his hand.

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Jess Martin
Jess Martin

Jess Martin is a public relations professional, an aspiring writer, and an assistant editor at Feminist Current. She prefers to write about feminist topics, disability, or environmental issues, but could be persuaded to broaden her horizons in exchange for payment and/or food. In her spare time Jess can be found knitting, gardening, or lying in the fetal position, mulling over political theory that no one in their right mind cares about.

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