Hacktivists Anonymous expose Stacey Meek as Vic Toews' mistress

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Hacktivist group Anonymous has released more details about Public Safety Minister Vic Toews, who was under siege on twitter last week for his controversial "online snooping bill" (Bill C-30, The Protecting Children from Internet Predators Act)

Anonymous' latest leak claims to reveal the woman involved in Toews' now-public divorce. In a seven-minute YouTube video, Anonymous names Stacey Meek as his alleged mistress, claiming that she was a babysitter with whom he had an affair between 1986-1993.
The video reveals details about her current and past employment, and claims that Toews and Meek are currently living together in a common law marriage with a child.
Anonymous points out the contradiction between Toews' affair and his Christian family values, which he has promoted in his public speeches: 
"Marriage is a uniquely heterosexual institution, that indeed is a sacrament," he had said in 2003.  "Marriage is one of the cornerstones upon which our society has been built."
"We warned you that you would not be allowed any secrets if you did not allow the Canadian public any secrets of their own," Anonymous warned in a YouTube video.
It went on to state that it would not release Toews' home address or personal information, and would keep information about his youngest son private out of consideration for his safety. 

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