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    Canadian Justice

    In honor of Ronalds renewed hostility toward the current American mission of keeping the world safe from terrorists, lets take a look at how his country protects it's OWN citizens from psychotic murderers.....

    This is the concluding act of one of the weakest prosecutions of serial murder in world history, an utterly botched celebration of all that can go wrong when "justice" is a word that must be constantly redefined. This is a socialist society, a p.c. country so insular, so incidental that most people don't even realize that the government is in shambles. Really! Look it up!


    Judge lifts restrictions against convicted killer Karla Homolka


    TORONTO, Ontario (CNN) — A judge Wednesday lifted all restrictions against a woman who served 12 years in prison for her role in the rape and murder of three teenagers, considered one of Canada's most notorious crimes.

    The ruling by Quebec Superior Justice James Brunton means Karla Homolka, who was convicted of manslaughter in 1993, does not have to report regularly to police, can go where she wants and see whomever she pleases.

    Homolka, 35, received the relatively light sentence of 12 years in prison for helping her ex-husband rape and murder teenagers Kristen French, 15, and Leslie Mahaffy, 14, in the early 1990s.

    In return, she agreed to testify against ex-husband Paul Bernardo, a Toronto bookkeeper serving a life term in an Ontario prison for two counts of first-degree murder.

    In sentencing Homolka, the court also considered her role in the 1990 death of her 15-year-old sister, Tammy, who died on Christmas Eve after Homolka held a drug-soaked cloth over her face while Bernardo raped her.

    Homolka told the court and psychiatrists she was a battered wife who took part in the rapes and murders to protect herself and her family.

    Months after prosecutors made the plea bargain, however, Bernardo's attorneys handed over homemade videotapes by the couple that indicated Homolka was a willing participant, drawing the ire of Canadians.

    When she was released in July, a Superior Court judge in Montreal imposed several restrictions, which her lawyers argued violated the plea bargain agreement.

    "The possibility that Ms. (Homolka) might reoffend one day cannot be completely eliminated," Brunton wrote. "However, her development over the last 12 years demonstrates, on a balance of probabilities, that this is unlikely to occur. She does not represent a real and imminent danger."

    Tim Danson, the lawyer representing the victims' families, said his clients were stunned by Wednesday's ruling.

    "That one could conclude that Karla Homolka does not represent a serious threat to public safety is simply unacceptable to the families," he said.

    Ontario Attorney General Michael Bryant said he was disappointed.

    Homolka is believed to be living in the Montreal area. Her lawyer, Sylvie Bordelais, said she was "pleased" by the ruling.

    http://www.courttv.com/news/2005/1201/homolka_cnn.html

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    Re: Canadian Justice

    This is what results when ronalds liberal socialists try to prosecute crime. It is always someone elses fault...terrorism, crime...these are symptoms of someone ELSES faults.

    This is how the ongoing conservative movement began to gain power. Liberal politicians have never cared much about crime or national defense...at least not as much as we do. So the responsibility was removed from them. Now that crime is not a front-burner issue(and who is responsible for that?) it is 'only' national defense where we must protect against those that would turn us into france...standing by watching thugs terrorize and burn our country.

    Was it 'understanding' criminals that brought down the crime rate? Was it better perks in prison? Was it more rehabilitation? Or was it tougher enforcement and tougher sentencing? Exactly.
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    Re: Canadian Justice

    I didn't read your article. Something about murder. Looked trashy.

    Not sure what socialism is, but okay.


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    Re: Canadian Justice

    This is why you know so little about your own countries troubles...you don't wanna.

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    Pwrone, this thread was only established to attack a member and his country. You don't have to like Ronald, but you aren't allowed to make personal attacks against him either.

    This is your warning.

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