Remember Shane Rolston, 17. Brutally killed by teenage thugs, who got house arrest.
According to agreed facts, the five men showed up at the house armed with a baseball bat, a pipe, a pool cue and a hockey stick just over an hour after four of them left the party due to a dispute. They returned to retrieve a cellphone......
Rolston, who was the designated driver that night, was smashed on the head with a blunt object. He never regained consciousness and died in hospital later that day.
After court, the trio went to the courthouse cafeteria with their families, then grinned and chatted amongst themselves as they waited to sign papers.Remember Shane Rolston, because these juvenile delinquents won't, they got away with murder.
But, Dion and crew, are against house arrest for killers, they will even bring the Conservative government down over this issue. Teens DELIBERATELY bringing bats, and hockey sticks to kill someone get house arrest, well that's just fine with the opposition parties. What about the victims? What about their families?
I googled " Ontario woman killed in gang violence" and here is a snapshot of the headlines:
So, let us remember our innocent victims.
Overwhelming Majority of Canadians Believe Canada's Justice System is Too Lenient on Repeat Offenders, Poll RevealsLet us remember the victims, and their families. If the opposition bring the government down on the crime issue, be prepared for a huge backlash, and a Conservative majority. It is sickening that the opposition parties would use victims to gain votes.
-- Poll also reveals Canadians show tremendous support for a "three strikes" rule --
-- Results released in advance of CTV broadcast of Mayerthorpe this Sunday --
Toronto, ON (February 7, 2008) - Canadians across the country overwhelmingly believe that the country's justice system is too lenient on repeat offenders, a new poll released today by CTV and The Strategic Counsel reveals. As the third anniversary of the Mayerthorpe tragedy approaches, the issues surrounding the horrible event continue to engage the nation. The poll indicates that nationally, three in four people surveyed (75 per cent) agree that the Canadian justice system is too lenient on repeat offenders, with 50 per cent saying the justice system is "much too lenient."
Remember, Shane Rolston, remember Jane Creba a 15 year old, grade ten student, gunned down while shopping, remember all innocent victims of thugs. Remember who wants to let those thugs out of jail early, or give them house arrest for murder. Remember it is our liberal judges who think house arrest is just fine for killers. They also think releasing sexual predators into our communities is just fine, they think repeat offenders should not be punished, and they never get blamed for the repeat offenders who get out early to kill, or rape again.
Maybe our society is sick, because we have liberal judges who think morals and compassion for victims are not as important as releasing hardened criminals into our communities, as long as it isn't in their neighbourhood. Maybe we should start publishing the names of the criminals who are released along with the name of the judge or parole board who released them early. Maybe it's time for our justice system to be made responsible for their actions. Maybe it's time for the supreme court to stop MAKING laws and start enforcing the ones our Parliamentarians vote into law.