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This article was published 20/2/2012 (1678 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.
A Winnipeg man who went to jail because he didn’t tell his sexual partners he has HIV has been kicked out of Canada.
Clato Mabior was deported to South Sudan on Feb. 15, the Canada Border Services Agency confirmed today.
The HIV-positive man was convicted in 2008 of aggravated assault for having sex with six women without disclosing his HIV status.
None of Mabior’s partners contracted HIV.
He was ordered deported in 2010.
That same year, Mabior was acquitted of four of the charges on appeal. The Manitoba Court of Appeal ruled if an HIV-positive person wears a condom or has a low viral load and, therefore, a low risk of transmitting the virus, sex does not pose a risk of serious bodily harm.
He completed his criminal sentence in Dec. 2010, then remained in CBSA custody until his deportation.