Parent investigated for sexual abuse on word of a psychic

Leduc’s weird tale began on May 30, when she dropped young Victoria off for class at Terry Fox Elementary and headed in to work, only to receive a frantic phone call from the school telling her it was urgent she come back right away.

The frightened mother rushed back to the campus and was stunned by what she heard – the principal, vice-principal and her daughter’s teacher were all waiting for her in the office, telling her they’d received allegations that Victoria had been the victim of sexual abuse – and that the CAS had been notified.

How did they come by such startling knowledge? Leduc was incredulous as they poured out their story.

“The teacher looked and me and said: ‘We have to tell you something. The educational assistant who works with Victoria went to see a psychic last night, and the psychic asked the educational assistant at that particular time if she works with a little girl by the name of “V.” And she said ‘yes, I do.’ And she said, ‘well, you need to know that that child is being sexually abused by a man between the ages of 23 and 26.'”

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The mother was long dissatisfied with the treatment her daughter had received at the school, after they had allegedly lost her on several occasions.

As a result, the already cash strapped mom had spent a considerable sum of money to not only have her child equipped with a GPS unit, but one that provided audio records of everything that was going on around her.

So she had non-stop taped proof that nothing untoward had ever happened to her daughter, and was aghast that the situation had gone this far.

Full Story: CityNews

What would have happened if Leduc hadn’t kept her daughter under constant surveillance?

2 Comments

  1. These people are teachers?!

    I’ve got no objection to people believing things that aren’t rational, but I think I’d prefer the people that teach my children to be able to tell the difference…!

  2. “What’s the harm?” Think of this article when you hear that phrase in association with superstitious behavior in otherwise mentally competant and morally sound adults.

    ‘It’s a shame that stupidity isn’t painful.’ – Anton LaVey.

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