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A woman who was sexually assaulted and forcibly held by her former partner says she is both afraid to go outside and fearful of being in her home, where the attack occurred. I am fearful of my surroundings. I am afraid to go out and I am afraid to stay home.

The woman was attacked by the man as she slept at her Inuvik home in April She had been at her apartment with friends when the man, on probation and ordered not to contact her after earlier assaults, showed up with wine and liquor. She let him in and later woke to find him violently raping her. The attack only ended when she became sick and had to use the bathroom. The man then refused to let her leave Inuvik phone sex use her phone. She pretended to drink with him until convinced he was drunk enough for her to dash for her door and escape.

Green argued for a sentence of between five and five and a half years, which would send the man to federal prison.

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I have a fear of being alone. I find myself on the guard all the time now. The woman described herself as an alcoholic as she described using alcohol to try to sleep after the attack and the health issues that followed. I have decided to deal with what I have to deal with, because I know it is important to myself. She could not face returning home for a month after the attack, instead staying with a friend.

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Why am I the one who should be so scared? Defence lawyer Baljindar Rattan said her client, now in his mids, is Inuit and had a damaging upbringing as he was sent to a residential school in southern Canada as. Between andFirst Nations and Inuit children were taken into care and placed with non-Indigenous parents in a process now called the Sixties Scoop.

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