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They count on not being scrutinized due to limited investigative resources the same way impaired drivers count on missing those two or three RIDE checks every weekend.There was a gun shop in Burnaby that was importing guns and then selling them under the table (including handguns), they eventually got caught, how they imagined they were going to get away with it, I can't imagine.
The RCMP is a bureaucracy like every other department but more so. Bureaucracies don't toss out stuff like this at any time.Oops!
I know this is an opinion piece, but it appears that someone didn't really press the "delete" button on the Long Gun Registry. Is this serious? I think so, as it shows contempt for Parliament (and not the only time the RCMP has done so on the gun file). Is Minister Blair next up to issue an apology, using the standard Liberal template?
Nobody is immune to bad judgement occasionally, however voting for the Trudeau Liberals was so obviously a poor choice if the voter had been paying any attention at all beyond CBCs top cover. The skewed narrative to justify unnecessary firearm bans is only one very small example.Gotta love that open and transparent government we elected [/sarcasm]
Not necessarily. However, when the government goes to present it's case without evidence, the judge can make an "adverse inference", meaning that she can conclude that the government has no evidence or that the evidence is not strong enough to support the government's case. The judge could then rule in favour of the plaintiff either wholly or partly.So here's a question. If the government's decisions are challenged before at court, and the government refuses to present the evidence used to make the decision (even to the judge in chambers) should that not result in a judgment for the plaintiff?
Saw it at the show when it came out. Bronson put it this way, "It's like killing roaches - you have to kill 'em all. Otherwise, what's the use?"Bronson style, only so long people will take being robbed and cheated with no consequences before they have had enough.
Its coming. Look at the cases out west in the Prairies with farmers defending their property. Canada is a slow burn.I am amazed people haven't gone vigilante yet because if the government is failing to provide order, eventually people will take it on themselves to do so.