Founder of Future Electronics, an electronic component distribution company, Robert Miller set up a veritable system of recruiting young girls – sometimes as young as 14 – for his exclusive sexual use, reveals a report by the team. ‘issue Investigation.
The billionaire paid several teenage girls in exchange for sex, between 1994 and 2006. The businessman has already been the subject of an investigation by the police de la Ville de Montréal">SPVMbut no charges were brought against him.
The show’s reporters Investigation collected the testimonies of a dozen women; six of them claim to have had sexual relations with Robert Miller, nicknamed “Bob Adams”. The lawyer for the businessman, now 79 years old and suffering from Parkinson’s disease, has
vigorously contested these allegations.
The testimonials are blood-curdlingreacted the parliamentary leader of Quebec solidaire (QS), Gabriel Nadeau-Dubois, during a press briefing.
One of the most disturbing elements of the investigation is the fact that a lawyer retained by Mr. Miller witnessed meetings between agents of the police de la Ville de Montréal">SPVMPolice eventually terminated their investigation in 2010 and no charges were filed.and alleged victims, despite an investigation being launched in 2009.
Quebec expects explanations from the SPVM
Miller was present during the meeting between the police and the alleged victims, we have a very, very, very big problem. It’s not supposed to happen like that in Quebec”,”text”:”If it is confirmed that a lawyer for Mr. Miller was present during the meeting between the police and the alleged victims, we have a very , very, very big problem. It’s not supposed to happen like that in Quebec””>If it is confirmed that a lawyer for Mr. Miller was present during the meeting between the police and the alleged victims, we have a very, very, very big problem. It’s not supposed to happen like that in Quebecadded the QS co-spokesperson.
police de la Ville de Montréal">SPVM“,”text”:”I expect explanations from the SPVM very quickly””>Personally, I expect explanations from the SPVMhe added, calling on the Minister of Public Security, François Bonnardel, to intervene.
In the National Assembly, Minister Bonnardel also reacted to this affair, describing it as
disgusting and calling on the alleged victims to
trust in the system.
I find that disgusting. I urge all women who may have experienced wrongdoing at the hands of this man, or others, to trusthe said.
police qui ont été formées pour recevoir ces femmes. On souhaite qu’elles le fassent.","text":"Nous avons mis en place des tribunaux spécialisés [...], nous avons des équipes spécialisées dans les corps de police qui ont été formées pour recevoir ces femmes. On souhaite qu’elles le fassent."">We have set up specialized courts […], we have specialized teams in the police force that have been trained to receive these women. We want them to.
Solidarity MP Ruba Ghazal was also outraged by this affair, describing Robert Miller as the
Quebec Jeffrey Epstein.
imagine how [ces femmes] had to feel as they testified to police in the presence of Mr. Miller’s lawyer, Ms. Ghazal said.
police.","text":"Quel message ça envoie aux jeunes femmes aujourd’hui qui veulent dénoncer? Il faut qu’il y ait une enquête sur le travail de la police."">What message does this send to young women today who want to denounce? There must be an investigation into the work of the police.
Interviewed on the show Isabelle Richerto ICI RDI, criminal lawyer Danièle Roy said that the police should have refused the presence of the lawyer during their meeting with an alleged victim.
I don’t see how it could have happened.she says.
By attending this interrogation,
the lawyer will no longer be able to represent this person, since he becomes a witness to what happened. So, no, it’s not possibleaffirms Me Roy, while saying to himself