thevintagestar, (a Mark Campbell, but not the Mark Campbell I threw underwear at when he played guitar with his teeth), has asked me to spread the word about a rally tomorrow that his wife is helping organize. Apparently Paul Callows is moving into their community. Paul Callows the multiply convicted rapist. Very scary guy. Understandably, they don’t want him living in their community.
So, without further ado, the call to arms:
Paul Callows, a convicted rapist, recently completed his 20 year prison sentence. During this time he did receive some therapy, but did not seem to respond to it. He admitted to his psychologist that he had indeed raped 26 women, not only the 5 he was convicted of and showed no remorse. He also, while in jail, attempted to rape a nurse during drug counseling.
As he committed the crimes in Ontario and is never allowed to set foot in Ontario again, this man is apparently moving into the Newton area. He was incarcerated before the dangerous offenders act came into play so, instead of being slowly integrated into society, he was released. As of Feb 23rd he is a free man choosing to reside in Newton.
Mrs. Campbell has contacted the Mayor of Surrey, Dianne Watts, and together they are organizing a rally. If you want something to say about this or want to support the protection of women over the protection of a convicted rapist, she urges you to join.
Make a sign, (something along the lines of “Safety of the community” or “Protect Women” “Every woman is someone’s daughter” or anything you come up with yourself), and join us at the Newton Exchange Bus Loop at 72nd and 138th near the Newton Wave Pool at 2pm on Sunday February 25th, 2007. Bring your family, friends and please forward this to everyone on your email lists. We have to get the word out that a convicted rapist, who is at high risk to re-offend is living in our area.
News crews will be on the scene.
Even if you can’t make it to the rally, please show your support by sending this to everyone you can.