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Johnson Aziga was convicted of the premeditated murder of two women, but the Ontario Court of Appeal on Tuesday overturned the nature of these two charges and replaced them with two counts of manslaughter.

The Canadian Press

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The Parole Board has refused Ontario Johnson Aziga's request for day parole and parole. The 67-year-old was sentenced to life in prison for failing to warn sexual partners that he was HIV positive.

Johnson Aziga was convicted in 2009 of two counts of first-degree murder and 10 counts of aggravated sexual assault .

The two charges of premeditated murder were reduced on appeal to counts of manslaughter in January, but not his sentence. His dangerous offender status remained unchanged.

In its decision, the Commission wrote that Mr. Aziga's preoccupation with sex and pornography remain ingrained in his behavior.

Johnson Aziga's conviction, at the time, was one of the first of its kind in Canada.

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