VANCOUVER, Apr 28 ( – Psychiatrists Frank Gordon Johnson and Eamon Achong were both barred from practice in Ontario for sexual offenses against patients, but they escaped their punishments by setting up practice in BC. While the offenses of Dr. Achong involve sex with a patient, a report from the College of Physicians in Ontario reveals that the offenses of Dr.  Johnson involve drugging a patient and threatening psychiatric committal in order to force sex.

The bizarre permissiveness with which sex offenders are treated in Canada’s westernmost province is fast becoming notorious. As well as the striking down of child pornography possession laws by BC Supreme Court Justice Duncan Shaw in January, courts in the province have dropped charges of pedophilia numerous times without excuse or explanation.

Even BC Premier Glen Clarke has been embroiled in a pedophile controversy. Last July, Kari Simpson of the Citizen’s Research Institute exposed to the media that Premier Clark’s Youth Web Site contained links for accessing graphic depictions of child pornography and invitations for children to experiment with homosexual sex. While the link on the site was pulled after being exposed by CRI, no independent investigation was called to look into the matter.

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