Murder trial to begin in HIV infection case
Jury selection begins Monday in the long-awaited trial of an Ontario man accused of fatally infecting two of his sexual partners with the virus that causes AIDS.
Johnson Aziga, 52, is the first person in Canada to be prosecuted for murder in an HIV infection case for allegedly having unprotected sex without disclosing his health status to partners.
He faces two counts of first-degree murder in connection with the deaths of two Toronto women who died in 2003 and 2004 of complications from HIV.
Different case, though again involving false HIV status (among other charges).
HIV-positive man who lied to women about disease gets 14 years:
A HIV-positive Sudanese immigrant was sentenced to 14 years in prison Friday for putting the lives of six young Manitoba women at risk by hiding his illness and then engaging in unprotected sex.
HIV-positive man gets 14 years for sex assaults:
An HIV-positive Winnipeg man has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for having unprotected sex without informing his partners of his medical condition.
The court heard Mabior had unprotected sex with six females, one only 12 years old. None of them were infected with HIV.