Dad sentenced to 6 months for breaking gag order, objecting to daughter taking testosterone

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Dad sentenced to 6 months for breaking gag order, objecting to daughte…

Dad sentenced to 6 months for breaking gag order, 

objecting to daughter taking testosterone 

A Canadian dad was sentenced to six months in jail after breaking a gag order by publicly objecting to his teen daughter being given cross-sex hormones as part of a medicalized gender transition. 

Robert Hoogland of British Columbia, referred to as "CD" in court documents, was sentenced last week to six additional months in jail for violating court orders by identifying himself publicly objecting to his trans-identifying daughter being put on testosterone. 

Sources close to the situation told The Christian Post that Hoogland could be released earlier than six months, taking into account the time he has already served. The sentence may wind up being between three and four months.

Later this week, Justice Michael Tammen, who sentenced Hoogland for criminal contempt because he violated publication and identification bans, is expected to publicly release his reasons for the imposition of the sentence. 

According to sources, Hoogland's response to the judge's sentence is a "stoic acceptance of what he considers an overly strict sentence for a first offense."

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