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Rhodes was sentenced to three years in prison in 2013.Although the organizers expected around 200 people to show up, over 3,000 gathered at Queen's Park.He pleaded not guilty at his trial saying he thought the woman had consented to sex.Dewar rejected his defence but said aspects of it could be considered in sentencing."We want Police Services to truly get behind the idea that victim-blaming, slut-shaming, and sexual profiling are never acceptable.[...] The idea that a slut is a lesser person and deserving of sexual assault isn’t exclusive to the police.Media also has to get behind this idea." Sonya Barnett explained.
"The comment that was made by Officer Sanguinetti comes from a place where sexual profiling and victim blaming is inherent and a large trait and we’d like that changed," Barnett said, Toronto Police spokeswoman Meaghan Gray said cautioning women on their state of dress is not part of any police training.
Dewar described Rhodes as a "clumsy Don Juan" who had the mistaken belief "sex was in the air" and a "heightened expectation" sex would occur.
Dewar said the victim and a friend were dressed in tube tops and high heels when they met Rhodes and another man outside a bar "and made it publicly known that they wanted to party." The court in Winnipeg, Manitoba, heard that the victim had willingly gone off with Rhodes and kissed him.
Some of the letters of complaint, from persons who have worked directly with past victims, have pointed out that some of my comments were also traumatic for them.
I very much regret that as well." Alberta Chief Justice Neil Wittmann, who reviewed the complaints against Dewar, said Dewar's comments "showed a clear lack of sensitivity towards victims of sexual assault" but do not merit his removal from the bench.