B.C. man who sexually attacked girls labelled 'dangerous offender'
Ibata Noric Hexamer pleaded guilty to six charges involving three separate violent sex attacks against young girls on Friday, August 3. (CTV)
A man who sexually attacked girls in Metro Vancouver dating back to 1995 has been labelled a dangerous offender, keeping him in prison indefinitely.
Forty-eight-year-old Ibata Hexamer was arrested in 2010 after police linked him to an attack a year before on a six-year-old girl from Surrey.
Police then connected him to a 1995 sexual assault of a 13-year-old girl in a stairwell at a Vancouver elementary school and the assault of two 14-year-old girls at knife point in 2007.
Hexamer was a political organizer in civic politics in Vancouver and worked for the NDP in the Vancouver-Centre riding in 2006.