Ron Lefebvre

Ron Lefebvre

Ron Lefebvre was a Sergeant with the Cornwall Police Service.  Lefebvre was involved in several sex abuse investigations, one of those being that in 1985 of Early Landry Jr., the son of the former Chief of Police Earl Landry.  At the time a  decision was made that there was insufficient evidence to lay charges.  Over ten years later more complainants came forward and, in the late 90s, Landry Jr pleaded guilty to the sexual abuse of five boys.

There was a battle as to whether or not Ron Levebvre would testify at the Cornwall Public inquiry.  The Cornwall Police Service argued that he was unable to take the stand for meidcal reasons.  A counter argument was that he was working as a special constable at courthouse and testified at bail hearings.  In the end Ron Lefebvre did NOT testify.


16 February 2009:  Man accused of assaulting officer at courthouse

14 November 2008:  Another CPS witness excused

03 July 2008: Retired officer will take stand: Comm. Glaude won’t excuse Lefebvre from testifying

24 June 2008: Decision on retired police officer expected


17 February 2009:  BLOG Disgusted

28 January 2009:  BLOG Social engineering

9 December 2008:  BLOG Back in La La Land

24 November 2008:  BLOG No such beast

14 November 2008:  BLOG  More of the same

13 November 2008:  BLOG  Away we go again

23 June 2008:  BLOG Lock up

04 April 2008:  BLOG  Perry to appeal