Last month I posted several times (most recently here) about a Rotherham-style grooming gang in Alberta that was broken up by the Mounties. One of the alleged groomers arrested was a practicing physician named Ziyaad Noor.
Our Albertan correspondent DL sends this update with the latest on the case:
The chief Muslim pedophile and architect in the Lethbridge, Alberta Muslim/Middle East “refugee” sex grooming/rape gang scandal, Dr. Ziyaad Noor, has stepped away from his medical practice and is now the subject of an investigation by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta.
The CPSA investigation is in addition to the criminal investigations, dozens of criminal charges and the criminal trials Dr. Noor and his cohorts currently face.
It must also be noted that an Alberta Provincial Court Justice, Justice LeGrandeur, in a callous and outrageously dangerous act of complete indifference to the safety and security of unsuspecting and defenceless Alberta women and girls, released all of these Muslim sex predators back into the community on a “no-cash-bail”.
Since the original arrests, additional victims have come forward.
These monstrous and sickening acts of rape and sexual grooming of children at the hands of Muslims now involve a 12-year-old girl.
This story and the these recent developments cannot be allowed to die.
Calgary doctor at centre of human trafficking investigation withdraws from practice
CALGARY — A Calgary-based physician has withdrawn from his practice amidst allegations he was involved in a human trafficking ring in southern Alberta.
According to the College of Physicians & Surgeons of Alberta (CPSA) in a statement released Friday, Dr. Ziyaad Noor has stepped away from his practice and will be the subject of a CPSA investigation.
Noor was arrested by the Lethbridge Police Service on Aug. 13 in connection with a police investigation into the sexual assault and trafficking of a teenage girl.
The physician’s charges include:
- Sexual interference;
- Invitation to sexual touching;
- Sexual assault;
- Sexual assault causing bodily harm;
- Aggravated sexual assault; and,
- Trafficking persons under 18.
He previously worked at the Campbell Clinic North in Lethbridge until April 2020 and his tenure at the Royal Vista Revolution Medical in northwest Calgary concluded in October 2020. CTV News has not confirmed where Noor practised over the last 11 months.
Previous posts about the grooming gang in Alberta:
|15||Follow-Up on the “Albertan” Rapists|
|24||A Judicial Revolving Door for the Culture-Enriching Rapists of Lethbridge