- February 14, 2013 - 17:39
The Judge says Crocker shows no remorse. And the Mounties are full of remorse for destroying his house, and treating him as if a murderer or terrorist. Compare Crocker's sentence to that the Mounties get for abusing female officers in their ranks, or luring young girls. For this a slap on the wrist or often a promotion. Remember the poor girl they jailed for throwing a apple, reloacted her 17 times until she committed suicide? She didn't show remorse either. I guess the community doesn't see this as mistreatment of Crocker? Even the lawyers cleaned him out, didn't they?
- February 14, 2013 - 12:54
What is just about having a trial , finding a person guilty, and the same judge postponing whether the police acted improperly until afer the trial was over? Can anyone imagine this judge saying ok they overreacted, so the trial was invalid , all the cost of the trial unnecessary! They say we all have the one law in Canada, but the administration of the law is according to each province. It if this was in BC most likely the stay of proceeding would have been heard first with likely success. Here we get third world justice. And who can afford to take this to the supreme court of canada? Kick them when they're down. A pat on the back for Crocker for standing up so well, and for exposing our justice systme for what it is. Shameful.
- February 14, 2013 - 06:36
Its done Leo....time to face the music.