Fentanyl mover walks free

Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby JagXKR » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:46 am

So insightful. Thanks so much for your recommendation. I would have never thought of that. You are truly very smart. I'll get right on that.

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby the truth » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:48 am

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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.


imo there are to many laws that they have to work within, thats the real problem
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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby dle » Jan 24th, 2019, 9:53 am

GordonH wrote:Police forces need to do their due diligence & follow those laws they are responsible to up hold, no cutting corners.
If the police suspect something then do it by the book i.e to the letter of the law (so the judges can't throw it out).

So it is airtight for the crown attorneys to get a conviction (lazy policing needs to end)

Meanwhile voters of this country need to give the law makers an earful (Federal, those are MP's), to fix the justice system in this country.



The Judge in this case blamed the drug dog for a failed "sit" because the curb was in his way..... can it get anymore batpoop crazy than that?

I am getting sick of my tax dollars going towards all these wet drug houses to keep the druggies alive while the laws, defence lawyers, and Judges play hide the brain cells and let stuff like this be allowed to happen.

Maybe a damn tax revolt is in order and a few hundred thousand emails to our liberal representatives for proper law reform. As Justin himself would say it's 2019! WAY WAY past time for Canada to get rid of the laws that were enacted in the dark ages that allow a sitting Judge to makes such a mindblowingly stupid, stupid decision.

Then again, when do the politicians ever listen to us - best thing I guess,for me anyways, is just make sure your "X" doesn't go beside a Liberal until they WAKE UP and make some changes. If they are as smart and worthy of running this Country as they seem to think they are, they should be able to get on this without us having to write letters - or don't they ever read the news and see the stupidity themselves?

Oh, and I voted Liberal ---- since they are the only ones who can change & reform & update our laws and legal system, and by ignoring what's going on they apparently thinks it's all hunky-dory, seems I made a mistake in judgment. I usually learn from my mistakes....

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Re: This is hard to believe more moronic BC judges

Postby GordonH » Jan 24th, 2019, 10:03 am

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..

GordonH wrote: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.

the truth wrote:imo there are to many laws that they have to work within, thats the real problem


If those laws are within the Constitution, they are not going to be changed anytime soon or easily.
Look into last time anyone tried to change something in the Constitution, and storm that resulted.

Hint: Meech Lake accords
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby dontrump » Jan 24th, 2019, 11:13 am

I started this thread because I personally really believed the judge errored in large fashion. I read the report and I see nothing that this cop did that was wrong he stopped the guy the guy had drugs they found the drugs and arrested the guy its the court in BC that brings charges not the police so obviously the prosecuting attorneys office of Bc also thought they had a drug dealer dead to rights this judge in my opinion is a moron

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby cutter7 » Jan 24th, 2019, 12:20 pm

The judge did his job properly , if you want convictions get the police to do their jobs properly as well.

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby pieinthei » Jan 24th, 2019, 12:37 pm

then i guess i can assume that IF the cop did everything right, the judge did everything right, but the dog stuck out his tongue in the wrong direction, that this *bleep* would get off again.. yes i know its the constitution.. but its f'n wrong!
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby GordonH » Jan 24th, 2019, 12:45 pm

cutter7 wrote:The judge did his job properly , if you want convictions get the police to do their jobs properly as well.


Police forces in this country need to make a shift change, from 100% arrest record to insuring as close as possible a 100% conviction record.

Added: this can be done, it means police officers doing the job they are paid to do. Doing so within the law.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby Fancy » Jan 24th, 2019, 12:54 pm

I wonder if the dog gets further training.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby RandyDandy » Jan 24th, 2019, 12:57 pm

Well obviously....bad dog, no biscuit. As for the judge, a promotion would be the expected consequence.
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby Queen K » Jan 24th, 2019, 3:09 pm

Too bad the dog didn't get a chance to give the dealer one big tooth hug.
Here I thought there was nothing lower than a snakes belly in a rut in a ditch. I was wrong.

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby one wheel » Jan 24th, 2019, 5:09 pm

Make the Judge & MPs take a lie detector test & ask if drugs are a problem ?

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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby motokelowna1 » Jan 24th, 2019, 6:48 pm

True justice is name shame and then bury
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby Catsumi » Jan 24th, 2019, 10:47 pm

In this case too, justice has gone to the dogs. [icon_lol2.gif]
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Re: Fentanyl mover walks free

Postby Vacancyrate » Jan 24th, 2019, 10:52 pm

I wonder if the hate for fentanyl dealers will bleed into the fact everyone that got rich off the real estate boom in BC moreless did it on the backs of fentanyl dealers?

Thanks to those fentanyl dealers and all those dead people in fast food washrooms you're now house rich!

Feel free to give that money back whenever the guilt hit's you lol.
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