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A nation of shop keeper

Can anyone explain to me why Harper, Towes, Olivia Chow, Joe Volpe and the department of justice all want to change the Criminal Code because one shop keeper had his rights abused by over zealous Toronto cops and a flawed justice system?

It happens all the time around these parts.

What about the thousands who were harassed throughout the weekend of the G20 police riot, not to mention the 1,000 that were falsely arrested?

Maybe our laws need some fine tuning in their cases also.

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Beijing York said…
Lazy, inept thinking leads to all-party cooperation, especially on law and order/national security issues.

The problem is that our police forces and policies need to be examined and improved. Winnipeg is the perfect example of a city with piss poor policing and ridiculous crime rates as a result.

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