Okotoks landowner charged with shooting

Re: Okotoks landowner charged with shooting

Postby christopher » Feb 28th, 2018, 8:35 pm

Bigjohn69 wrote:And when the jails are full of farmers who will have won ? Seems to me the problem in your eyes is not enough police to go around . Time to start paying more taxes to hire more police seems to be path forward


YA some of that carbon tax money.
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Re: Okotoks landowner charged with shooting

Postby Ken7 » Mar 4th, 2018, 9:49 pm

Bigjohn69 wrote:And when the jails are full of farmers who will have won ? Seems to me the problem in your eyes is not enough police to go around . Time to start paying more taxes to hire more police seems to be path forward


That also has proven not to be proactive. You can't have a Police Officer on every grid road in Saskatchewan or Alberta. Sadly the courts system is more like a barbless fishing derby. The Criminal also realizes this and it is a catch and release.

As long as one is not held accountable for their actions, there is no reason to stop. The criminal has all the rights, the victim I'll use Stanley did not even get a visit by our Prime Minister or even a call. Why I ask, he was actually the victim when it comes down to it.

Yet the Criminal in this case had family meet with Trudeau. Since when does this happen? I at the very least maybe would agree that the Federation of Indiginous might have the opportunity to meet with the Minister of Justice and present their concerns but when does the Prime Minister have time to meet with every concerned citizen?

I will bet he wouldn't meet with Stanley is he was approached. That in my opinion is not right. Trudeau has no clue what his responsibility is and he truly missed it on this case.

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