Charity chief convicted of sexual assault

CBC News

The head of two Toronto-area organizations that were stripped of their charitable status after submitting "falsified" documents to federal regulators was sentenced this month for sexual assault for inappropriately touching a teenager, CBC News has learned.

Daniel Mokwe was sentenced Jan. 13 to time served — two nights in jail — and given two years probation.

The victim, a minor at the time of the assault, told Det. Richard Petrie of the Toronto Police Service that she knew Mokwe was a pastor. As a result of the incident, she lost her faith in God and would never enter another church again, she said.

Read more: http://www.cbc.ca/canada/toronto/story/2011/01/24/canada-revenue-agency-mokwe-charities.html#ixzz1C42RVDAj

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