ATO — In Response to Evitacion — THE H'OROZCO TORTE

This is just a placeholder for something to be published for Independence Day and how our Independent Ontario Advocacy Group is still living even...
Enjoy the show, you dirty fucktards.

At this table of the Bakery, we'll try to let you understand why men of 48 years, rape their 14 year old daughters in 1987, and therefore there was nothing that those victims could do but say "thank-you father.., Our father father who art in heaven..." because they're very reasonable latino males from Ecuador who have a duty to fuck their own daughters... or such is what Ms Maritza Elizabeth H'orozco claims as the reasonable justification for her pressing criminal charges against her husband for daring to understand that..

  • On March 9, 2016, Bill 132 Sexual Violence and Harassment Action Plan Act (Supporting Survivors and Challenging Sexual Violence and Harassment) 2015 received Royal Assent which is the last step in making it a law. Bill 132 is the legislative action plan arising from the Government’s report It’s Never Ok: An Action Plan to Stop Sexual Violence and Harassment. The preamble to Bill 132 states that “The Government will not tolerate sexual violence, sexual harassment or domestic violence. Protecting all Ontarians from their devastating impact is a top Government priority and is essential for the achievement of a fair and equitable society. All Ontarians would benefit from living without the threat and experience of sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence and other forms of abuse, and all Ontarians have a role to play in stopping them.” The Bill amends several laws in an effort to implement this priority. Of interest are the effects it will have on two particular laws: the Limitations Act and The Compensation for Victims of Crime Act.

The H'orozco children understood that what'er daddy does is his right. Right Maritza?