A victim of Ernest Fenwick-MacIntosh still wants more from the federal government.
There was an outcry from victims for a public inquiry into the case.
MacIntosh had 17 sexual abuse convictions overturned in Port Hawkesbury after the case took too long to go to trial.
One victim, Dale Sutherland tells The Hawk he has been in contact with Cape Breton Canso M.P. Rodger Cuzner over the years but has not seen any progress.
“Rodger and his friends in Ottawa didn’t do anything,” he says. “They just let it sit and sit and he should take responsibility for that.”
The 75-year-old former Quad Counties businessman was also convicted of sex crimes in Nepal.
He was sentenced to a 7 year prison term and the Canadian equivalent of a $12,500 fine in 2015.
Sutherland says Cuzner made promises during an election for the inquiry and has not delivered.
Cuzner tells The Hawk he asked for a review and the need for an inquiry was ruled out.
“Peter MacKay called for the Federal Review, the internal review, and there was the Provincial review that had full access to any of the Federal agencies,” he says. “It was deemed then an inquiry was ruled out.”
Cuzner says he felt satisfied with the Government’s review and had he felt that they had come up short he would have pushed more.