Joshua Boyle, the Canadian man who was freed in fall along with his family after five years of captivity from a Taliban-linked group, has been charged with several crimes including sexual assault, according to various reports. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
A Canadian man held captive by a Taliban-linked group for five years was arrested Monday in Ottawa on charges of assault, sexual assault and unlawful confinement, among others, his lawyer told Canadian Press.
OTTAWA — Joshua Boyle, the Canadian man who was freed after five years in Taliban captivity in October, has been arrested and charged with 15 criminal offenses, including sexual assault, uttering death threats and misleading police ...
His wife, Caitlan, attributes it to the trauma from 5 years held captive by Taliban-influenced militia.
Joshua Boyle, who was held hostage with his wife and children in Afghanistan, faces 15 criminal charges, court records show.