TORONTO – All criminal charges against Sayyid Ahmed Amiruddin (legal name Syed Ahmed Amir Khan) were dropped by an Ontario judge today on November 15th, 2017 at 10:00 AM in the Ontario Court of Justice, Brampton, ON.
Two of the charges were withdrawn and the honorable judge stayed all remaining criminal charges against Amiruddin and cancelled the trial because Peel Regional Police repeatedly delayed to provide disclosure of evidence of the allegations to the defense, and committed a serious violation of his s. 11(b) Charter Rights.
The full text of the ruling was not made available by the judge who dropped the charges because of unconstitutional delay.
Amiruddin maintained his innocence of any criminal wrongdoing, categorically denied all allegations against him of criminal behavior as false conspiracy, and said according to police disclosure itself neither one of the accusers ever claimed to be fifteen years old. An Ontario Judge dropped all charges against him, and blamed unconstitutional delay by Peel Police.
Peel Police failed to provide evidence disclosure for 17 months, causing the trial to be collapsed by the court.