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  • Un Believable
    May 13, 2013 - 16:58

    Yes BOB and we also see that your approach does not work with certain people, you see BOB there is an element of society that can't and do not want to be rehabilitated. I don't want everyone locked up for everything BOB, I want those who I see on the news and court docket every month for ARMED, BOB, ARMED ROBBERIES BOB and other serious crimes locked up. Maybe there they can receive some help if they choose to but BOB, certain persons are just born bad and always will be BOB. My point will be clear in the future when they let him out and we watch the news where he will star again and hopefully not for fleeing in a car and slamming head on into your loved ones.

  • Un Believable
    May 12, 2013 - 15:25

    Another popular name who is a frequent user of the revolving door at Atlantic Place. Again, if this was the USA he would already have a 20 year sentence but not here, why? Well because the roach motel is always full of people getting a few week sentences. Build a proper jail and fill it up with the many who deserve to be there or give them a federal sentence and off to the mainland ya go, either choice I don't really care which one as long as these types are locked away where they belong.

    • Bob
      May 13, 2013 - 09:02

      And lets all take a minute to give thanks that this isn't the USA, because we know from experience that their justice system works right? I understand you're afraid and want all the "bad people" locked away, but in my opinion it's obvious that's not the best way to deal with these situations. You'd only add fuel to the fire by locking people up at every chance for everything they've done wrong, what a great way to take away their spirit and give them nothing to live for, get in jail with like-minded people and when they're coming out they're capable of so much more terrible things. It starts with helping these individuals mentally and psychologically first.

  • Joe
    May 12, 2013 - 09:59

    Great picture Telegram. Here we have a SWAT member with full gear and assault rifle with his head just above the roof of a vehicle, staying low just in case the barricaded person decided to shoot. Behind him we have a person with his two hands in his pockets, baseball cap on standing full height above the SWAT member, looking to be shot I guess? Only in NFLD!!! Its a wonder he haven't got a Tim Hortons coffee in his hand. NFLD finest...no doubt!

    • Bob
      May 13, 2013 - 08:56

      That's not just "some person" That was the negotiator(the one trying to get the man out peacefully) Read the article and think before you post! People trying to post making a joke and take a stab at our province end up making themselves look the fool