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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby pieinthei » Jan 23rd, 2019, 4:56 pm

wow.. is there seriously empathy for a drug dealer here.. yes the cop was wrong.. so friggin what.. end result is that he (the drug dealer) is free to do it again. well, at least there's 27500 less pills out there, and the dealer has to probably do some explainin' to his bosses..

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby GordonH » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:06 pm

pieinthei wrote:wow.. is there seriously empathy for a drug dealer here.. yes the cop was wrong.. so friggin what.. end result is that he (the drug dealer) is free to do it again. well, at least there's 27500 less pills out there, and the dealer has to probably do some explainin' to his bosses..


Absolutely no empathy, I would rather have a conviction. Police actions made that impossible, instead the criminal walks. Reality is this isn't dirty harry, there are laws the police need to work within.
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby pieinthei » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:14 pm

give him back the fentanyl, and put him on a one way flight to China.. see what other places do to drug dealers.. :cuss: that makes me mad

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby blueliner » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:17 pm

But forget to claim $500.00 on your income tax and CRA will have your :cuss: in a sling and no questions asked .
Strange world we live in at times .

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby blueliner » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:19 pm

cutter7 wrote:
Fancy wrote:I'm not sure the dog not sitting completely down (because of the curb) was a good reason.


You think its necessary to call in a drug dog every time a cop smells cologne or sees 2 cell phones?

You probably believe a guy driving with 27,000 pills was speeding too.

Cue in the drug dealers are not that bright comments

Maybe not that bright but lots of dirty $$$ to get great defence lawyers :smt045
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby cutter7 » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:28 pm

You wouldn't need to spend much on a lawyer with such poor police work to get off those charges.
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby pieinthei » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:43 pm

^^^ unfortunately true.
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby dontrump » Jan 23rd, 2019, 5:51 pm

cutter7 wrote:You wouldn't need to spend much on a lawyer with such poor police work to get off those charges.


you see thats the problem here I just dont see poor police work here at all and trust me iam not a advocate for the RCMP one little bit but this liberal *bleep* judge in my opinion went above and beyond to justify his ill thought out ruling :-X

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby Fancy » Jan 23rd, 2019, 6:12 pm

cutter7 wrote:You think its necessary to call in a drug dog every time a cop smells cologne or sees 2 cell phones?

You probably believe a guy driving with 27,000 pills was speeding too.

Cue in the drug dealers are not that bright comments
Speaking of not that bright - the dog handler was the one that pulled the drug dealer over.
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby blueliner » Jan 23rd, 2019, 6:21 pm

pieinthei wrote:wow.. is there seriously empathy for a drug dealer here.. yes the cop was wrong.. so friggin what.. end result is that he (the drug dealer) is free to do it again. well, at least there's 27500 less pills out there, and the dealer has to probably do some explainin' to his bosses..

Sure hope that the Judge ordered the Crown to return those 27,500+ pills to that fine gentleman so he could continue to live his lifestyle :200:
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Fentanyl mover walks free.....

Postby dle » Jan 24th, 2019, 7:26 am

https://www.castanet.net/news/BC/247537 ... walks-free

We really need to look no further than ^*%% garbage laws, lawyers & Judges like this to see why there are so many opioid addictions and deaths:

In a voir dire prior to the trial, B.C. Supreme Court Justice Michael Brundrett found the search violated Rigo’s Charter rights, calling the drug dog’s sit confirmation “ambiguous and not sufficiently objectively reliable… so as to justify a search of the vehicle.”

He determined Cpl. Catellier lawfully detained Rigo and had the right to conduct a search of the vehicle with Doods, but found the drug dog’s “alert” was not strong enough.


What the hell - the guys charter rights were violated because the drug dog didn't sit quite how the Judge would have liked?????

:200: :dash: :swear:

We are flushing our money down the toilet building any kind of supportive wet housing etc to keep junkies alive when there are laws, defense lawyers, and Judges like this ridiculous combo walking the earth in charge of things!

Why do the cops even bother????

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby Fancy » Jan 24th, 2019, 8:19 am

cutter7 wrote:You probably believe a guy driving with 27,000 pills was speeding too.


Multiple/several cell phones are more than two. And yes, I'm on the same page as the judge believing the dash cam that confirms the guy was speeding.

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free.....

Postby GordonH » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:24 am

Being discussed here: viewtopic.php?f=26&t=80884
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby JagXKR » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:36 am

GordonH wrote:Police actions made that impossible, instead the criminal walks. Reality is this isn't dirty harry, there are laws the police need to work within.


And the laws are an a$$.
And so are those that defend these asinine laws.
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby GordonH » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:41 am

GordonH wrote:Police actions made that impossible, instead the criminal walks. Reality is this isn't dirty harry, there are laws the police need to work within.

JagXKR wrote:And the laws are an a$$.
And so are those that defend these asinine laws.


Those asinine laws come from the law makers out of Ottawa. If you are PO'ed take it up with MP's across Canada.
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