Johnson Aziga

Johnson Aziga (born 1956) is a Ugandan man living in Canada formerly residing in Hamilton, Ontario. He is the first person to be charged and convicted of first-degree murder in Canada for spreading HIV, after two women whom he had infected without their knowledge died. Aziga worked at the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General.

He was diagnosed with HIV in 1996. Aziga was married at the time too. But he used protection with his wife who knew he was HIV positive. But once they got divorced he did not feel the need to tell the next 11 women he slept with an infected. (odds are its more). He has confessed to having 50-100 sexual partners during this period, all of them white. He met most of his victims at bars and clubs in the Hamilton area, and many of them had unprotected sex with other HIV-positive African men. Seven of these women later tested positive for HIV, two of them died of complications from AIDS in December 2003 and May 2004. Health officials and law enforcement were allegedly aware of Aziga’s pattern of intentionally spreading HIV but did not take action until 2003 for unknown reasons.? It’s just as equally the womens fault too. These guys are from HIV hotspot countries.

Aziga was arrested in 2003. His trial did not start until 2008. On April 4, 2009, Aziga was found guilty of two counts of murder in the first degree, 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault, and one count of attempted aggravated sexual assault by a jury made up of nine men and three women at Hamilton Superior Court. On August 2, 2011, a court in Hamilton, Ont. granted a request by Crown Prosecutors to have Johnson Aziga jailed indefinitely under the Dangerous Offender act, because he is believed to be at a high risk to re-offend

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Links

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johnson_Aziga

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/hiv-killer-ruled-dangerous-offender-1.927621

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