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Does anybody know what Aziga's citizenship is? I would suspect he's Canadian if he's been in Canada since 1996 and worked for the Ministry of the Attorney General, but I don't know this for sure. --Saforrest 17:33, 15 November 2005 (UTC)
Not sure, to be honest...but what I wanna know is, does anybody actually think it's a coincidence that three of the four notable HIV-related criminal cases in Canadian law have involved black men? Bearcat 06:29, 16 November 2005 (UTC)