Canada Judge May Lose Job For Adopting 'victim Blaming' Line Of Questioning In Rape Case

1 year ago
Judge Robin Camp drew widespread criticism for his perceived 'victim blaming' line of questioning during a 2014 rape trial
He asked the alleged victim why she 'couldn't keep her knees together' and said 'sex and pain sometimes go together'
He acquitted Alexander Scott Wagar but suspect is being retried
The judge later apologized and said his comments were 'rude and facetious'
An inquiry committee of the Canadian Judicial Council says he should lose his job 
It said Camp's conduct was 'so manifestly and profoundly destructive of the concept of the impartiality' that he should not be on the bench
Now the Canadian Judicial Council will decide his ultimate fate 

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