Criminal acts Recognized as a victim by IVAC 47 years later

Criminal acts Recognized as a victim by IVAC 47 years later

Almost 47 years after having suffered the first sexual assaults from her father, when she was only 4 years old, Nancy Plamondon has finally been recognized as a victim by the IVAC, Compensation for Victims of Crime.

The organization criticized him for not having made his complaint on time, but backtracked.

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She was assaulted from the age of four until her teenage years. In the 80s.

It was only when she came back for the third time that she was recognized as a victim.

“I had a sense of finally justice and I would say even more justice than criminal justice brought comfort if I can call it that. I want to tell the victims to persevere, ”says Nancy Plamondon.

She was criticized for having waited too long before filing a complaint.

“The abuse began at the age of four, which means that it was at five that she had to make the claims. If she is underage, she can always say that she did not understand, but as soon as she began to realize that she had been abused, the one year period started to run. So, in his case, he was criticized, fifteen years ago, for not having claimed incest in the year which followed, which is completely ridiculous, ”underlines his lawyer, Me Marc Bellemare.

With this gain, she will be able to request psychological help in the coming months.


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