A Calgary man who has been convicted of beating and torturing his former roommate and business partner over the course of 18 months, leaving him deformed a brain damaged, has been declared a dangerous offender, keeping him behind bars indefinitely.
Dustin Paxton was found guilty last year of aggravated and sexual assault in a shocking series of attacks that played out over the course of a bizarre two-year relationship.
According to the Calgary Herald's Daryl Slade, Justice Sheilah Martin declared Paxton a dangerous offender on Thursday, stating that the court could not gamble with public safety by allowing him to leave prison.
Judge says Dustin Paxton difficult to treat, constitutes threat to life, safety, mental we'll being of others.
— Daryl Slade (@heraldcourt) December 19, 2013
Dustin Paxton continues to appear to be taking judge's declaration of him as dangerous offender as a joke. Continual smirks as she reads. — Daryl Slade (@heraldcourt) December 19, 2013
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