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Pursuing a Pedophile

This week convicted pedophile Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh was sentenced to four years in prison for crimes he committed in the 1970s.

It's the latest in a case that has dragged on for decades, as his victims sought to have MacIntosh charged, and then extradited back to Canada from India.

On Maritime Magazine reporter Joan Weeks talks to the man who first laid charges against MacIntosh.

And tries to get to the bottom of WHY it took so long for justice to be done in this case.

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