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Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« on: June 16, 2009, 04:28:43 PM »
Clement Joseph Robinson was sentenced to 7 years and declared a long-term offender in Feb 2000. He served 4 years and six months for the assaults and choking of three Calgary STW one of whom was under 18. Here is link to one article. I don't know when the offenses took place. But the choking description is similar to Toronto Parkdale murders in 1997 and 1998.
http://www.walnet.org/csis/news/calgary_2000/cbc-000212.html

In June, 2005, possibly the 19th, he was sentenced to 90 days for breaching his parole conditions while living in Edmonton, once he served his 4-1/2 years. When released from 90-days on Sept 19, 2005, he moved to Red Deer.

Here's another link about him.
http://www.sextradeworkersofcanada.com/sex%20trade/news/detail.asp?iData=96&iCat=624&iChannel=1&nChannel=News

He was in jail probably sometime in 1999 and released sometime in 2004. He lived in Edmonton from his release in 2004 until about June 19, 2005. He breached his conditions, wonder what he did and if he was in Edmonton any time before he was sentenced in Feb 2000?



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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2010, 04:22:49 PM »
http://www.edmontonsun.com/news/alberta/2009/12/24/12264971.html24th December 2009,An Alberta man will have to wait another two months to learn whether he will be declared a dangerous offender.

Judge Thomas Schollie of Red Deer provincial court adjourned his decision about Clement Joseph Robinson until March 1.

Robinson, 51, is already classified a long-term offender who has been sentenced to set jail terms followed by supervision.

The Crown asked for the designation after Robinson pleaded guilty to assaulting a former Red Deer escort by stabbing her with scissors in January 2006.

Robinson has also served prison terms of 4 1/2 years and seven years for sexual assaults on young prostitutes in 1993 and 1982.

If declared a dangerous offender, authorities could make Robinson serve an indefinite prison term, followed by lengthy supervision.



Robinson was under supervision in 2006 when he ingested about 100 muscle relaxant pills and attacked the woman.

« Last Edit: March 06, 2011, 03:21:39 AM by SAP »

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #3 on: August 14, 2010, 07:02:54 PM »
Any assaults, or murder victims in Red Deer area since he moved there/

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2010, 11:16:32 AM »
Is this guy really out of jail now ?

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #5 on: March 05, 2011, 05:16:49 PM »
Wow people's ignorance never seem to suprise me these days. To answer your questions yes my father is still in jail, he is currently dying from cancer and goes without the medical help that he needs in order to live out what is left of his life. You make him sound like a monster when you only know a small fraction on the story, how can you not consider yourself a monster for being so judgemental? My father is a good man plagued my a disease that was passed down gen-tically by his father my grandfather, something that he has searched for help for many years and was simply over looked. To answer another question he is not a murderer, I have spent my life trying to help my father and his illness and I can say with my whole heart that this man is no monster. He is a loving, father, son, grandfather. I do not condone his actions but I do not believe in just throwing away a key when it is a mental illness that plagues him. I was on the phone with my father the night it all happened, I sat and listened to every word, to every breath the man that spoke to me was not my father and that is why to this stay I stand beside my father. You do not know my father, you do not know the whole story only what the media cares to say, even when they leave out so many important facts, yet here you sit casting judgement on a man's life, a man you know nothing about, yet he is the monster? I'm sorry but if these are your thoughts than it is truly for you I pity.

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #6 on: March 05, 2011, 10:08:17 PM »
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You make him sound like a monster when you only know a small fraction on the story

There is more? He already has quite a resume of violence.

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I have spent my life trying to help my father and his illness and I can say with my whole heart that this man is no monster

I applaud your efforts. That is very big of you to stand by him and get him help.

That said, he has terrified countless people, causing them to suffer greatly. With so many cases of dead sex trade workers in cities he lived, it must be considered he may have caused one of them.

He is not a monster. He is a man prone to violence and when free, has no ability to stop himself. I wish him well, I really do, and I admire you for being such a loving family member.

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #7 on: March 05, 2011, 11:26:53 PM »
I want to thank you for not attacking me like most people do when I defend my father, when I said people only know a fraction of the story I was not saying that there was more violence.
He has an organic brain disease, it is very rare and nearly impossible to treat, My father underwent years of sexual molestation for years, he watched his father beat his mother when his father would go into rages, The love of his life, my mother killed herself because she became addicted to narcotics and OD one night of taking a little too much. my father yes has had a very dark past but again I restate he is no monster. I realize that these woman are victims but on another hand they are no better than the criminals behind bars, they break up families, sell there bodies, they pass disease, they lie and steal to get the things they want in life, so yes as they may be victims but they are far from innocent. My father has never murdered anyone, this has been prov-en by DNA samples taken to out rule him against any murders, not to mention on the dates the murders happened, he can be accounted for, one of those days he sat in the hospital while I brought his only grandchild into the world.he worked relentlessly  with his PO, even though his PO treated him like gum on her shoe.  He  attended meetings almost nightly fighting the dark demons inside him. My father ma be alot of things but a murderer is not one of them and this I can stake my life on, this I know for for a fact. My father is a dying man, a very sick man. My father has placed his life in gods hands, He lives with his sins, and no one knows how sorry my father truly is. He has  entered himself into every program possible they offer at the prison in order to help better himself himself. He has not held my daughter his first and only grandchild since she was two months old, she is now almost six, He has been punished,  He sees there faces in his dreams, he has lost his freedom, he has lost most of his family. Our family has been punished, my 72 year old grandmother has been harassed, called names, had dead things thrown at her. I have been plagued by media, emails and letters. We deal with this because we know my father has changed, we know that he is a good man that has a mental illness and needs to be somewhere where he can be watched at all times, but we also know he needs medical care, that his grandchild deserves to hug him that I deserve to have my father give me away on my wedding day but this as it sits now may never happen. And not that this needs to be shared but maybe it will help show that he  is willing to do whatever it takes to better himself. He is on medication now that diplites his sex drive completely, taking all urges away, It has turned off a part of his brain leaving him harmless. He is doing everything in his power to make his last time hear worth it, he wants to make me proud and I am proud of my father, he has overcome mile stones and  I have watched him change over these years. Maybe I'm rambling but I have grown tired of hearing my father accused of crimes he did not commit, I know everything my father has done in his life, I have sat in every court hearing, I have testified, I have stood beside him all along. I love my father more than I will ever be able to put into words, many people ask me how I can love him, how I can stand beside him after everything he has done, the answer is simple, He is my dad.

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Re: Clement Joseph Robinson age 50 living in Red Deer
« Reply #8 on: March 06, 2011, 03:18:05 AM »
That is good news to hear your father was investigated and then cleared of any murders. That is what we wanted to know.
And I am happy to hear he has been doing much to actually change himself, get himself treated. I am glad you support in in those. And I am very sorry about your mother.


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they are no better than the criminals behind bars, they break up families, sell there bodies, they pass disease, they lie and steal to get the things they want in life, so yes as they may be victims but they are far from innocent.

I so wish you would reconsider your views on sex trade workers. Most are victims of sexual abuse as girls, or physical abuse, and being a prostitute is 100% not what they ever wanted to be. Most suffer from a variety of issues, and sadly, because of how people view them, it is hard to escape. They are also very vulnerable to murder, assault because they are so isolated. that is why they are preyed upon.


And finally, I do agree that no one should be attacking your grandmother, you or anyone else who chooses to stand by your father. That is bothersome. Unless someone else has something to add to this thread, I'll take it down shortly as it appears he won't have another opportunity to harm anyone.

I hope you and your father together can overcome whatever it is that he suffers from and give hope to others who want to win the fight over those demons as well.