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Teichrieb was handed a seven-year sentence and was granted enhanced credit of 40 months for time served. This leaves him with three years and eight months left to serve, but he'll be eligible for parole in January 2020.

The agreed statements of facts shows Teichrieb's increasing frustration with crime in his neighbourhood leading up to the life-changing attack. Teichrieb had contacted police a number of times from February to June of 2016, with concerns about property crime.


https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#240070
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Fancy wrote:
Teichrieb was handed a seven-year sentence and was granted enhanced credit of 40 months for time served. This leaves him with three years and eight months left to serve, but he'll be eligible for parole in January 2020.

The agreed statements of facts shows Teichrieb's increasing frustration with crime in his neighbourhood leading up to the life-changing attack. Teichrieb had contacted police a number of times from February to June of 2016, with concerns about property crime.


https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#240070

yes everyone has seen the news and his excuse is so lame its not worth reading the guy should have got 10 years minimum
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Treblehook wrote:Little doubt that Teichrieb is now appreciating that it would have been much wiser for him to have called the RCMP to report a suspicious male than to arm himself with a bat and confront the youth himself. He accomplished nothing other than to [at this point] attempt to murder the young man and face that serious offense in court. He has likely robbed his own family of their future through his actions.


Oh I most certainly hope that this disgusting bloody individual Teichrieb has robbed his own family of their future. And that is exactly what he deserves !!

I'm sincerely hoping that the family of the victim sues Teichrieb on behalf of the relative who sustained such horrific injuries.
For all intents and purposes it has been proven beyond any doubt that the victim was simply in the wrong place at the wrong time and posed no threat whatsoever to this criminal.
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Fancy wrote:
Teichrieb was handed a seven-year sentence and was granted enhanced credit of 40 months for time served. This leaves him with three years and eight months left to serve, but he'll be eligible for parole in January 2020.

The agreed statements of facts shows Teichrieb's increasing frustration with crime in his neighbourhood leading up to the life-changing attack. Teichrieb had contacted police a number of times from February to June of 2016, with concerns about property crime.


https://www.castanet.net/edition/news-s ... htm#240070


" Confronting possible thief " ,,,, really ? what a ridiculous statement ,,,, it could have been a pizza delivery man at the wrong bloody address !!!

Teichrieb took the law into his own hands ,,,, hopefully he will pay the price ,,, and I don't mean the ridiculous sentence of seven years which of course he will never serve ,,,, Canadas justice system it's a bigger joke that the mob in Ottawa than " governs " us !!

Next they will be releasing Paul Bernardo because he's been " such a good boy behind bars " ,,,,,
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Not a chance a pizza delivery boy. And no, Bernado isn't being released.
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Fancy wrote:So no link? That would be a courtesy. Doesn't matter anyway. One cannot use force even to protect property unless your own life is threatened. Even then one would be charged and then go through the court process.


That has been the Federal Liberal culture for decades. Defend your property and you WILL get charged because Liberals are on the side of the criminal. Liberal criminals have rights.
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One can be charged and then have the charges dropped.
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ninetyninepct wrote:
Fancy wrote:So no link? That would be a courtesy. Doesn't matter anyway. One cannot use force even to protect property unless your own life is threatened. Even then one would be charged and then go through the court process.


That has been the Federal Liberal culture for decades. Defend your property and you WILL get charged because Liberals are on the side of the criminal. Liberal criminals have rights.


There comes a point where defending one’s property crosses the line into a malicious act; this guy crossed it.

If you disagree, then think of how your family would take it if you had gotten stupid-drunk enough to put your arm around a random woman who told you to eff-off, and you did; except, it went beyond that: She proceeded to follow you out into the street and beat you to near death with a weapon. You think that’s okay?

The kid was in an unfamiliar neighbourhood in an unfamiliar city looking for an unfamiliar home, annnnnnd he was drunk. He picked the wrong house. The homeowner DID defend his property; he was 100% successful in that the kid ran away, well, he tried to, and that SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE END OF IT. However, instead of letting the boy continue to run away, this homeowner ---who is known as being a hothead--- chased the kid down into the street and turned him into a vegetable.

There’s defending one’s property, and then there is losing self control and outing yourself, and confirming for all, what a loose canon and danger to society you are.
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There’s defending one’s property, and then there is losing self control and outing yourself, and confirming for all, what a loose canon and danger to society you are.



Amen to this statement IF the kid was INSIDE the HOUSE and the owner was in imminent danger then different story :130:
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Canada needs a ‘Castle’ law much like in parts of the USA.
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tykrz wrote:Canada needs a ‘Castle’ law much like in parts of the USA.
I think you are misinterpreting that law. One still can't use deadly force if life isn't threatened. Canadians are allowed to use reasonable force.
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A Kamloops man has been ordered to pay nearly $7 million to cover the health-care costs and lost opportunities of a teenager he nearly beat to death with a baseball bat for trespassing into his yard.

Jessie Simpson was 18 years old and weighed about 135 pounds when he wandered into Kristopher Teichreib's yard on June 19, 2016, after celebrating his high school graduation with a group of friends.

Teichrieb, who was 39 and weighed 220 pounds, had been concerned with a rash of thefts in the neighbourhood.

According to a B.C. Supreme Court judgment, the bigger man punched and kicked Simpson before beating him with a bat badly enough to cause injuries an RCMP officer described as "the worst he had ever seen, including cases where the victim was beaten to death."

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Teichrieb must pay $7M to family of Jessie Simpson, B.C. Supreme Court judge rules
The man who left a Kamloops teen with severe and lifelong brain injuries after beating him with a baseball bat has been ordered to pay nearly $7 million in damages.

Yes, the man is guilty of an horrendous crime but to award the victim almost $7 million when it's very unlikely the guy has no where near that amount of money?
His house is worth about half a million, and he's got lawyers fees to pay. I doubt he has much more in assets, unless there's more money out there than they are disclosing, such as RRSPs, pension plan, other assets.

If there isn't the money out there than they are leaving the victim's care givers with not a lot of hope.
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bb49 wrote:https://www.castanetkamloops.net/news/K ... udge-rules
Teichrieb must pay $7M to family of Jessie Simpson, B.C. Supreme Court judge rules
The man who left a Kamloops teen with severe and lifelong brain injuries after beating him with a baseball bat has been ordered to pay nearly $7 million in damages.

Yes, the man is guilty of an horrendous crime but to award the victim almost $7 million when it's very unlikely the guy has no where near that amount of money?
His house is worth about half a million, and he's got lawyers fees to pay. I doubt he has much more in assets, unless there's more money out there than they are disclosing, such as RRSPs, pension plan, other assets.

If there isn't the money out there than they are leaving the victim's care givers with not a lot of hope.
Then they'll take all he has. The award will serve as a deterrent. I don't see a problem.
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Poor kid didn't deserve that. Who knows what was said between the two. What a waste.

This is simply a volatile man reaching his breaking point. Enough was enough in his case.

Seems that police had many warnings and didn't take the right approach to dismantle the crime in his neighborhood.
Anybody appointed to maintain a safe community (Mayor and others) is to also blame.
39 calls to police from the neighborhood in the year prior to the incident. The police had fair warning and could have curbed the crime in the neighborhood.

How many calls do the RCMP need from a neighborhood to decide crime prevention is needed?
Are they not collecting enough taxes from the neighborhood to fund crime prevention? What's the issue?
Is there a magic number like 100 incidents need to happen before the patrol cars are increased?
It's a real shame the police let it come to that.
These events actually happen in slow motion. 39 calls to police prior...

A look at the RCMP and why the event escalated to this point should also be ordered by the court.

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