Wednesday, June 6, 2018


   Former Afghanistan hostage Joshua Boyle, who faces several assault charges, including assault, sexual assault, unlawful confinement and causing someone to take a noxious substance has been released from jail.
 Boyle was fitted with an electronic bracelet and released from jail Saturday morning.
  Boyle will be allowed to visit Ottawa with one of his parents only to see a doctor, consult his lawyers or to attend court. He must continue receiving psychiatric treatment and cannot possess a weapon or use the internet.
Under the release conditions, Boyle will live with his parents, Patrick and Linda, in Smiths Falls, Ont. -- effectively under house arrest -- and wear a GPS ankle bracelet that can track his movements.

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