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MEDICINE MAN BANNED FROM FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION

MEDICINE MAN BANNED FROM FORT WILLIAM FIRST NATION

ALLEGED CHILD MOLESTER TO BE RELEASED ON BAIL TO LIVE IN THUNDER BAY THIS WEEK

THUNDER BAY, ONTARIO  ~~~~   November 29, 2021  (LSNews)   As you may recall, Inside Edition reported last week on the arrest of 74 year old DAVID OGIMAS on child molestation charges.

Inside Edition sources on the Fort William Reserve indicate that Chief & Council banned OGIMAS from their community.

TBPS DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS CHRIS ADAMS REFUSING TO TELL THE PUBLIC

Inside Edition sources on the Fort William Reserve indicate that Chief & Council banned OGIMAS from their community.

Sources indicate that OGIMAS will likely be released on bail today or tomorrow to live in Thunder Bay and is likely facing more child molestation charges.

OGIMAS is a self proclaimed medicine man and elder in the indigenous community and was arrested last Thursday by Thunder Bay Police.

Stay tuned, Inside Edition will keep the public notified

TBPS Director of Communications Chris Adams and his sidekick Scott Paradis have refused to tell the public about this. Their buddies at TBLAZYWATCH also remain silent.

They don’t really care about child safety in our community.

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