Ontario court upholds ruling to allow sexual activity evidence in Boyle case

A lawyer for Joshua Boyle can introduce evidence of his client's estranged wife's past sexual history at the former Afghanistan hostage's trial, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice has ruled.

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