Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh Sentenced To Jail In Nepal
A Port Hood man who was a victim of Ernest Fenwick MacIntosh says he’s relieved to hear news that MacIntosh has been sentenced to jail time in Nepal. There are reports that the former Port Hawkesbury businessman has been sentenced to seven years in prison for molesting a 15 year-old boy in that country. Bob Martin says it’s a good feeling to learn that MacIntosh has been incarcerated. MacIntosh’s convictions on 17 counts of molesting boys in this province were thrown out after an appeal court ruled it took too long to bring him to trial. He was in Nepal as the director of an online publication called the spice journal and was arrested in December after police there say he lured the 15-year-old with promises of money in exchange for sex. Now there are also reports that MacIntosh could be in more legal trouble in this province after someone else who says they were a victim of the now 71 year-old has come forward. However, it’s unlikely MacIntosh will be back to face a complaint in a Nova Scotia court anytime soon.