Glenn Francis Dunbar apologizes to victims

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Glenn Francis Dunbar, a former investment adviser broke down in tears when he apologized in court to a Nova Scotia couple he defrauded of almost a quarter of a million dollars.

“It is with heartfelt remorse that I say how sorry I am for what I did to your lives,” Dunbar told two of his victims during his sentencing hearing Wednesday at Halifax provincial court.

The victims are Roberta Hancock and her husband, CBC sportscaster John Hancock.

Dunbar told the couple he realizes their trust will never be regained.

“I do not deserve to be trusted by the people I have hurt,” he said. “I have been reading a great deal about forgiveness. I know that you’ll never forget what has happened, but I do ask that you try to forgive what I did to your lives.”

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.