Perry Dunlop told the judge in charge of the inquiry into sexual abuse claims in Cornwall Ontario that:
“I will never go to that public inquiry in Cornwall even if you put a gun to my head,”
CBC news has reported that lawyers for Ontario’s attorney general and the inquiry commissioner offered Dunlop one last chance to testify before the inquiry on Monday, but he refused.
We’ve written about Dunlop’s opposition to the inquiry before:
Dunlop uncovered allegations of sexual abuse that triggered a four year police investigation resulting in more than a hundred sexual abuse charges but only one conviction.
So what do you think? Without his testimony can the inquiry ever get the full story?