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some more creeps are tax dollars are being wasted on
February 6, 2010
11:26 am
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http://www.cbc.ca/canada/story/2010/02/ ... -ring.html

This is a mild case compared to some out there....but after the whole justice system gets done with finally putting him behind bars..at a ridiculous price to the tax payer..the tax payer gets to pay for him getting 3 square meals a day... a roof over his head...while some poor shmuck who couldn't pay his mortage cause he lost his job, gets to stay in crowded shelter and hope things get better.

The following one is very revealing in the mentality of some of these creeps...he confessed he did it for "fun" right in front of his wife and child, and the mother of 2 of his victims.
Now that the canadian tax payers have payed for that trial,we get to spend a ton more keeping him warm,full,and happy,and having a great time with the other paedohiles in jail. Woohoo party on boys

http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Crime/2010/ ... 1-qmi.html

lashs idea of a gun gets more appealing everytime I read stuff like this.
what I don't get his how his family wasn't on to him???..I find that hard to believe.

February 6, 2010
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Yes. With creeps increasingly loose and roaming the streets it is becoming necessary to have the means to protect one's self. Deadly force such as a gun provides is high on my list if I go out of this country.

I sometimes think about what kind of weapon I could make if I wasn't allowed a gun? At least I'd have a small taser device, and maybe a means to deliver chemicals which will kill or otherwise prevent an attack and allow me to get away.

February 6, 2010
2:49 pm
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I sometimes think about what kind of weapon I could make if I wasn't allowed a gun? At least I'd have a small taser device, and maybe a means to deliver chemicals which will kill or otherwise prevent an attack and allow me to get away.

Totally agree with you 100% on that mael. My son gave me a small container of pepper spray to carry when I'm walking for that very reason.
he said that even carrying it my hand so it was obvious would help. There are more and more attacks these days from people who just want to rob you. He has one also.

I really don't like guns, and often cause more problems than they prevent.
Never have owned one,and wouldn't know how to shoot one if i had one.
I like your alternatives much better.

February 6, 2010
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You asked if the justice system works, and at least this guy is off the streets. How does jury duty work in Canada, as I assume you have jury trials. Are you summoned to serve as a juror from time to time as part of your civic duty/ I wonder how many times you have been asked to serve on a jury and if you did it?

Do you think you could be an impartial juror if asked Sheye? Thats the real test of our justice systems working.

February 6, 2010
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You asked if the justice system works, and at least this guy is off the streets. How does jury duty work in Canada, as I assume you have jury trials. Are you summoned to serve as a juror from time to time as part of your civic duty/ I wonder how many times you have been asked to serve on a jury and if you did it?

Do you think you could be an impartial juror if asked Sheye? Thats the real test of our justice systems working.

Laugh Laugh Is this meant to imply that the justice system works better in the USA cause you have been asked to do jury duty. Laugh Laugh

The usa is worse than canada in my estimation, and the fact they they would ask a biased ,person like you to serve on its jury pretty much confirms my point. how many tax dollars were spent on that trial?

By the way greeney,curious ..how many kids do you have, and if one them had been subject to one of these fellows, would you be happy if some impartial person had decided that a couple of years in the slammer on the tax payers dollar would be enough justice?

February 6, 2010
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Maybe you can answer the question without ranting nonsense! you are the one who says the justice system doesn;t work. have you ever been asked to serve on jury duty, is a simple question. Why is that hard to explain your Canadian system.

As far as the number of children I have, after you nasty comment about sex with my wife of 37 years, its non of you business. Read around here enough and you will get the answer.

February 6, 2010
8:43 pm
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Maybe you can answer the question without ranting nonsense! you are the one who says the justice system doesn;t work. have you ever been asked to serve on jury duty, is a simple question. Why is that hard to explain your Canadian system.

My answer is that both systems are equally unjust, but I will say the canadian one showed much more justice in the process of percurring some kind of justice for MK ultra victims.

The fact that you would even ask such a silly question to prove what point?..just shows how self absorbed you are .

By the way you didn't answer my question,not about the amount of children you have but about if one of them had been a victim of the character in the second link on that original post.

Now that answer is the one that would shed some light on the point that I am making. Asking the question if I've ever been asked for jury duty doesn't. It only serves the purpose of you bragging about the fact that you have been 🙄

February 6, 2010
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The fact you refuse to answer a simple question is proof you have probably been asked to serve, and did what 90% of the public does--make up excuses to get out of it.

I have a very valid point Sheye, and the point is our justice system is only as good as those willing to be part of it. people do not want to get involved! "Nope, i didn't see a thing" when it comes to car accidents, or reporting crimes. And when it comes to serving on jurys, everyone wants to get out of it, and they lie throught their teeth to do it. Those who may be willing usually are, only becasue their employers pay for them to do it. The USA does not pay you, but give a token amount to cover Gas. unusally about $5 per day. Its a pain in the ass, and nobody wants to serve on jury Duty! Thats my point.

The people who complain the loudest about the system like you, are the ones never willing to particapate and serve as a juror. You are incapable of being impartial anyways, which further limits the justice system you say doesn;t work.

February 6, 2010
9:25 pm
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My point was the whole process is time consuming,expensive,and doesn't seem to have much justice in the end.

If you had made an honest attempt at answering the question I posed ,you would have truly understood the point I was trying to make, but you seem to be dodging it like some kind of scared rabbit.

Really quite pathetic if you ask me. 🙄

Be honest with yourself and ansewr the question greeney

No I have never been asked to be on jury duty. theres your answer.

February 6, 2010
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Why was that so hard? Are you really being honest? From your avoiding giving the simple answer, and no discussion of what I said about the issue, my instincts tell me you are the one not being honest. What you discribe is wanting revenge, not justice. Nobody close to a crime can be impartial, so thats a loaded question.

I asked about the Canadian system becasue I don;t know how they pick perspective jurors. you can't even give a civil answer to discribe the process, you just want to make personal comments.

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