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CanadaFormer Vancouver police officer denies sexual misconduct allegations

09:00  16 july  2019
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A disgraced former Vancouver police officer is denying claims that he sexually exploited two women alleged to have been victims of a violent pimp.

Former Det. Jim Fisher was sued by the two women, who are only identified by the initials F.A. and F.B. in their lawsuits, following his conviction for sex-related offences against two other women.

Both F.A. and F.B. claimed to be victims of Reza Moazami, a Vancouver man who was convicted of more than two dozen counts of pimping and sexual interference with victims ranging in age from 14 to 19. He was sentenced in 2015 to 23 years in prison.

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They say in their lawsuits that they helped the Vancouver police in their investigation of Moazami and testified against him at trial. Fisher was part of the police team investigating Moazami.

F.A. said that Fisher cultivated a relationship of sexual, romantic and psychological intimacy with her during the course of the investigation and while acting as witness coordinator, victim support worker and witness support worker for her.

She claimed that Fisher used his position of trust and authority to impose unwanted sexual and romantic attention on her by kissing her and groping her, and that Fisher threatened that if she told anyone about his abuse of trust then Moazami might be undermined and go free.

Her suit also claims that Fisher exploited numerous victims of and witnesses against Moazami and exploited victims and witnesses in other sexual exploitation cases.

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F.B. levelled similar allegations against Fisher, a much-decorated officer who served with the Vancouver police from 1988 until 2017.

In a response to F.A.’s lawsuit, Fisher says that F.A. was a witness, not a complainant in the investigation and subsequent prosecution of Moazami.

He says that while he conducted witness interviews and had contact with F.A. during the course of his duties, he denies cultivating a sexual or romantic relationship with her or that he abused his position of trust and authority and threatened her.

The former officer also denies the claim that he exploited numerous victims of and witnesses against Moazami.

Fisher says that in addition to the offences involving two victims to which he pleaded guilty, he was criminally charged with offences against two other women, one of them F.A. He said the charges against the two other women, including the charges dealing with F.A., were stayed by the Crown.

F.B., whose allegations were also denied by Fisher, was not among the four complainants who were the subject of the criminal indictment against Fisher, says the former officer.

Fisher, 58, was sentenced to 20 months in prison for the offences against the two female victims. His appeal of the sentence was dismissed by the B.C. Court of Appeal.

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