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Does This Look Like The Face Of A Canadian Man Who Knowingly Infected 11 Women With HIV

” Johnson Aziga was diagnosed with HIV in 1996 and had unprotected sex with 11 women without telling them he was HIV-positive. (CBC ) Aziga was the first person to be charged and convicted of first-degree murder in Canada for spreading HIV. He was diagnosed with HIV in 1996 and had unprotected sex with 11 women without telling them he was HIV-positive. Seven of these women later tested positive for HIV, and two later died of complications of AIDS. Aziga, dressed in a dark grey suit and white shirt, addressed the court Tuesday for nearly an hour. He said he has filed an application to renounce his Canadian Citizenship because he doesn’t feel he faced a fair process, the CBC’s Kimberly Gale reported from the courtroom.”

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