Graham James tracked down living in Mexico
By Sean Leahy
Graham James has been the most notorious name in hockey since former NHL player Sheldon Kennedy and an unnamed player revealed allegations of sexual impropriety by James while members of the coach's Winnipeg junior team between 1984 and 1990. Kennedy came forward in 1996, and James pled guilty to sexually assaulting the two 350 times and served 3 1/2 years in jail. He was banned from coaching in Canada and paroled in 2001. When it was discovered that James had surfaced two years later coaching in Spain, he was eventually fired from that job.
After that, James disappeared.
Last fall, Theo Fleury told his story in his autobiography, "Playing With Fire" and it came to light that he and Kennedy knew that James was abusing the other. In January, Fleury filed a criminal complaint against James in Winnipeg and since police began investigating the claim, three other former players have come forward with allegations. The questions about James' whereabouts grew as the police were still investigating.
Last month, CBC News received a tip about James with