- October 19, 2011 - 14:58
1st. All drug dealers must be "hippies". 2nd. Since when did drinks start getting spiked with ectasy pills? Don't you mean flunitrazepam? 3rd. The man was caught with ectasy pills, he wasn't plotting an assasination. In a DEMOCRACY you have your day in court. Until then, you are let free. But in Newfoundland, of course, everyone is guilty until proven innocent, mainly because there is so much gossip and "newsbags" who are not even familiar with the justice system.
- February 17, 2011 - 10:26
get this hippie outa N.L. we don't need any more poison on the streets
- February 02, 2011 - 03:44
Who are the Judges making those decisions?????? No jail time for this trafficker ???? August 12th--- He will have that 10 X$10,000 made again in that time span. I am surprised that there are so many Police Offers signing up to serve the Public, because it must feel awful to a Police person to finally catch those piranhas, to have them swim safelyback into the same waters again. Who enforces those rules that they don't hang with criminals?? Who in Go-- name do you expect them to hang with, that's the only life they know !!!! Curfew is a joke----Who enforces this ??? Those half way houses don't have enough staff to enforce anything. First of all they need hard evidence to even search the person or their rooms. Chances are the drugs aren't there anyway. I've seen it. Why aren't the general public protesting these decisions ??? Maybe when their young daughter gets ecstacy popped in her drink on an innocent night on the town, or a few more lose their life due to an accidental Methadone overdose, the general public will finally smarten up. Tougher sentences for those traffickers !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Who's with me??? Comment here.
- March 25, 2013 - 14:59
John: Are you ok? Take a pill or something for that temper my friend. You've asked a lot of interesting questions. You ask who are the Judges? , well, you are free to look them up on line if you like. You ask, "who enforces a curfew"? Well John, my wife is out on bail and I can say with confidence THE POLICE ENFORCE THE CURFEW!. They have checked on her an average of once a week. That's very diligent of them I think. And John: Have you ever sat for a day in bail court? I didn't think so. Our Judges sort out more crap in a day than most of us see in a year, so cut them some slack. The most volatile issue you are completely ignoring, like so many commoners, is our Great Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. In the early eighties my father worked tirelessly day and night with the Trudeau Government to make it all happen. He aged 10 years over 24 months...Don't step on it!!!!!
- August 24, 2010 - 16:36
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