From: Richard Peachey <>
Date: Sun, Aug 16, 2015 at 6:51 PM
Subject: Dangerous sex offender allowed to live in rural Abbotsford
To: Darryl Plecas <>

Darryl, as residents in your riding, we are wondering why your government is allowing a large, heavy (6’4″, 240 pounds), dangerous, repeat sexual predator and convicted arsonist to live across the street from children in a secluded area of rural Abbotsford?

The police have stated that James Conway has a long criminal history, including failure to abide by conditions:

The public has no real reason to feel secure just because “conditions” have been imposed on Conway. The public is fully aware of what happened after the release of Raymond Lee Caissie, who also had an Abbotsford connection:

Will you be attending the protest rally on Sunday, Aug. 23, 11:00 a.m., across the street from where this large, heavy, dangerous, repeat sexual predator and convicted arsonist is living?
We would really like to see you there to explain your government’s position on this issue. The CBC and others are planning to be there. The rally is at 27720 Joanita Place.
Even better, if your government could manage to get this individual relocated before Aug. 23, the rally could be turned into a celebration.
Please bring some common sense into this situation.
Thank you,
Richard Peachey and Gerda Peachey
2044 Oakridge Crescent, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6A9