We learn that from Faith Bodnar, Executive Director of Inclusion BC, an advocacy organization that his family contacted for help. There are clues in it, she says, that raise serious questions about the man in the scooter’s ability to understand and process what was happening.
“They are exceedingly distressed and upset and feel helpless in many ways,” Bodnar says. “It was his responses, and the length of time, and his apparent confusion about what was going on,” Bodnar explains.
But Laforge insists they didn’t make a mistake by targeting a disabled man.
“Hindsight being 20/20, with this one, would you do it again?
And they say they had the Internet chat logs and text messages to back it all up. “But you wanted to have sex with a 14-year-old in the school bathroom,” Laforge alleges.