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jian ghomeshi charges

The therapist's letter notes Ghomeshi had met for 61 appointments since Nov. 12, 2014.
The former radio host's second trial was scheduled to begin June 6.
In his ruling, Judge William Horkins scolded the three complainants for their "deceptive testimony."
"Today, and every day, #IBelieveSurvivors."
The judge referenced the fallout after the former “Q” host was fired from the CBC as the “Ghomeshi scandal.”
The time-honoured tradition in sexual assault trials is to pry and prod at the complainant until an opening appears, or simply to bludgeon her credibility by any means possible, while the accused watches silently. There are endless variations on this theme, but that's sort of sexual assault law in a nutshell. The Jian Ghomeshi trial will be very different.
Jian Ghomeshi was charged with four counts of sexual assault and one count of "overcome resistance - choking" on Wednesday
Jian Ghomeshi turned himself in to police on Wednesday and was charged with four counts of sexual assault and one count of
Jian Ghomeshi's lawyer said Wednesday that the former CBC radio host will plead not guilty after being arrested and charged