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Man found guilty after failing to tell sexist partners about HIV virus

A Toronto man is facing an additional charge after he allegedly failed to disclose his HIV virus status to a second partner.
In July 2011, police said the suspect met a 24-year-old man online through a personal ad and reportedly engaged in an intimate relationship.
Toronto police said in December 2016, the suspect met a 21-year-old man through an online dating website and reportedly engaged in an intimate relationship.
READ MORE: Man wanted in connection with east-end sexual assault: policeIt’s alleged on both encounters, the man failed to disclose his HIV status to his partners.
READ MORE: Toronto police seeking suspect after woman, 27, sexually assaulted downtownThe suspect was diagnosed with HIV in February 2011, according to Toronto police.
Toronto man faces additional charge after allegedly failing to disclose HIV status to sexual partners - Toronto

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