Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Crown Appeals Donald Gardiner Decision

Clearly Gardiner joins the ranks of Peter Leask and the snowflake Katherine Bruce for wacky decisions abusing the Charter of Rights making the judicial system in B.C. a bad cartoon of ineptness.
As we showcase to the world how handing out free crack pipes in East Vancouver isn't working let's also show the world how this judicial vacuum has indeed created a constitutional crisis in Canada as described by Steve Brown:
No one wants Canada to turn into a police state but right now we live with the other extreme. Criminals have guns but the law biding public don't and we are enablers for the gang war. It is a violation of public safety to let known gang members roams the streets with guns and not subject them to random searches.
If a convicted gang member receives a prohibition from owning or possessing a firearm, then we need to follow up to make sure that term is enforced otherwise it's just another useless piece of paper. Waking them up in the middle of the night repeatedly could be deemed harassment. However, when these known gang members go out in public, they and their vehicles should be subject to random searches to protect public safety and the Charter rights of the general public.

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