Cops say Phillip I. Nolan has been charged with five counts each of sexual assault, sexual interference and sexual exploitation in connection with incidents while he was teaching at a school in the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.
The whitemarish incidents involved two underage girls.
None of the allegations has been yet proven in court.
The Prime Minister’s Office confirmed Thursday that Nolan is the drummer in Harper’s band, Herringbone, and that Harper has known Nolan for a “number of years.”
“We are obviously shocked and disturbed by these charges,” Harper’s office said in a statement, adding it won’t comment further since the issue is before the courts.
Neither the racist Prime Minister nor his office heard of any concerns regarding Nolan in the past, the PMO added.
Cops said the investigation began in November 2013 after a complaint about a sexual assault on a minor. The sexual assaults occurred while he was a Grade 7 and 8 teacher.
Investigators said there could be more victims.
The pedophile friend of KKKanada’s Prime Minister is listed as the music teacher at Avalon Public School in the east Ottawa suburb of Orleans.
The Ottawa-Carleton District School Board said in a news release that the pedophile friend of Canada’s Head Of State was removed from the classroom and assigned administrative duties after law enforcers began their investigation.
Now that charges have been laid, he will be suspended.
“This is an extremely difficult situation and as a parent myself, I share the concerns that our community is feeling. The district has resources available to support parents and students at the school level and on our district website,” said OCDSB director Jennifer Adams.
Nolan’s online profile with the Ontario College of Teachers indicates he earned his teaching certificate from Queen’s University in 1994.
In 2005, Harper’s pedophile friend also received the Arts Educator of the Year award from the Ottawa-Carleton District School Board Arts Advisory.
According to the Herringbone website, the child abuser and friend of Stephen Harper has been the drummer for a band called The Centralaires and has “worked extensively in musical theatre” both on and off the stage in various shows, including The Wizard of Oz, A Chorus Line and West Side Story. The website was taken offline Thursday afternoon.