August 17th, the lawyer for Major General Danny Fortin, who had been in charge of the distribution of the new vaccine nationwide, confirmed that prosecutors in Quebec, Canada, would prosecute Danny Fortin on August 18th, local time, for a sexual assault he was suspected of years ago. Fortin will be 18 in Quebec, Gatineau police station outside the public statement on this.
According to Fortin’s lawyer, the charges against him relate to an incident between 1 January and 30 April 1988. Fortin has always denied any wrongdoing.
Major General Danny Fortin was appointed to distribute and transport the Coronavirus vaccine nationwide after the outbreak in Canada. On 14 May 2021, he was abruptly dismissed from his post. Five days later, the Canadian military investigation began to investigate him and handed him over to the Quebec prosecution.
So far, three Canadian military generals, including Fortin, have been indicted or dealt with in investigations into sexual misconduct. General Vance, the former chief of the defence staff, is facing prosecution for obstruction of justice in a sexual misconduct investigation, and Art McDonald, the former admiral who succeeded Mr Vance, is also under investigation for sexual misconduct and has since been demoted to administrative duties.