Here we go again ....sexual predator
*Canadian Independant Senator Don Meredith*
broke the *Canadian law criminal code #153*
sexual exploitation and now he plays the racist card!

Don Meredith - Canadian Politician-Senator.jpg

The asshole plays the victim ...right! lol
what a pig!
He have Selwyn Pieters as lawyer.
(He REALLY don`t deserve to be call Senator)

They should kick-expel the bastard from the Senate
and the BASE SALARY FOR A SENATOR IS $138,700.
He`s paid with Canadian Taxpayers $$$$$$$

Here the story:

Harassment complaints and sexual misconduct investigation[edit]

Meredith was being investigated by the Senate in February 2015 after being accused of harassment and bullying by former members of his staff.[24][25] An independent report was submitted to the Senate ethics office in July 2015.[26]
Meredith was expelled from the Conservative caucus on June 17, 2015, following allegations that he had conducted a two-year affair with a teenager that began when the girl was 16.[6] In October 2015, the Senate ethics office suspended its investigation pending the result of the concurrent police investigation that took over the file.[26] After the police investigation was dropped the Senate ethics office investigation resumed in February 2016 [27] and found him guilty of ethics violations in March 2017 after he conceded he had sexual intercourse with the woman after she turned 18.[7] The woman said that Meredith "continually encouraged her to be in a relationship with him" and that he frequently masturbated on-camera during video chats while he was in his GTA Faith Alliance office.[7] Meredith called the encouragement a gross lie and did not recall masturbating, but said that if he did "it was an interaction".[7] Meredith was expelled from the Independent Senators Group he had joined the previous year and was called upon to resign from the Senate.[28] He has rejected suggestions to resign and has claimed to be a victim of racism in this affair.[29]

Punishable by Criminal Law
And the *Canadian law criminal code #153*

Definition of “young person”
(2) In this section, “young person” means a person 16 years of age or more but under the age of eighteen years.

(1.1) Every person who commits an offence under subsection (1)
(a) is guilty of an indictable offence and is liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 10 years and to a minimum punishment of imprisonment for a term of one year; or
(b) is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction and is liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 18 months and to a minimum punishment of imprisonment for a term of 90 days.
Inference of sexual exploitation

More on Meredith


Meredith was appointed to the Canadian Senate on December 18, 2010 on the advice of Prime Minister Harper, and joined the Conservative caucus.
In September 2012, Meredith was criticized for attending a cultural event at Carleton University organized by the Iranian embassy at a time when the Canadian government was urging a boycott of Iran.[21] In contravention of his government's position on Iran, Meredith travelled to Iran in 2012 in attempts to forge business deals with the government.[22]
In 2014, despite not being authorized by the Senate, he attended the National Prayer Breakfast for notable preachers and politicians in the United States.[23] Meredith expensed the first class trip for himself and his wife along with the hotel cost to the Senate and was later forced to repay the expense.[23]


Born and raised in Jamaica, Meredith immigrated to Canada and became a Canadian citizen in the early 1980s.[8] He attended Ryerson Polytechnical Institute but never graduated; while he was a student at Ryerson, he began Donscape Landscaping Services (c. 1994), which he still owns and operates.[1]
Meredith was ordained a minister in 2006,[1] is a graduate of Rhema Studies of Theology Association,[9] which is a non-degree granting association.[10] He is the volunteer senior pastor at the Pentecostal Praise Centre in Maple, Ontario[11] close to Richmond Hill, Ontario[1] where he now lives.[12] Meredith is a member of the Chief’s Advisory Council for the Toronto Police Services; he has also been a member of the York Region Community Police Liaison since 2004, as well as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Consultative Committee since 2005.[2] He is the former Co-Chair of the Black Community Police Consultative Committee, an advisory group of community members who advise the police on various issues. Meredith participated in the “Black Family Summit,” held in August 2006.[13]