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He has posted at least a dozen videos of him doing marital arts, working out and playing the violin.
One video he posted shows a forceful argument he made during a project for a criminology class in 2012 at the University of the Fraser Valley: that people with HIV should not have to disclose their disease to sexual partners.
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Anyone with any information connected to the investigation is asked to call a dedicated tip line at 604-814-1644 or Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-8477 (TIPS).While the charges have not been proven in court, police made the rare decision to release his medical status because of the potential that others may have contracted the virus.The decision was made after careful consideration, Mounties said, and because they felt "the public interest clearly outweighs the invasion of Mr. He has an online presence on several social media and dating sites, police said.The man charged with failing to disclose his HIV status to three sexual partners infected his own wife with the disease 15 years ago, court records say.And Brian Carlisle reacted first by suing his doctors for failing to diagnose him – a lawsuit he lost – and then told the public he was HIV-positive through media interviews during his years as a marijuana advocate and during a failed run for mayor of Chilliwack.