“…this woman’s partner-in-crime had all 26 charges against him dropped so that he wouldn’t be deported to Jamaica”.
This is a brief item, but an important one. The following is the text of a letter I just sent to the Toronto Sun, followed by links to the articles in question.
“Your editorial ‘Bail for first-degree murder? Why?’ (August 7) comes hot on the heels of your news item ‘Mom lied to judge about breastfeeding, court told’ (August 6) in which we are told that this woman’s partner-in-crime had all 26 charges against him dropped ‘so that he wouldn’t be deported to Jamaica’.
Our immigration laws and legal system are supposed to act in our best interests and protect us, and failure to protect its citizens and maintain peace and good order is one of the hallmarks of a failed state.
It also indicates the failure of our politically-correct immigration policies to recognise that people from cultures which hold fatherhood in low esteem are more inclined towards criminal activities, and tend to reduce the quality of life for the rest of us.
How many other criminally-minded immigrants have been released among us on bail, and how many others have been saved from deportation by our ‘justice’ system?
I am furious, as I am sure are many others. There could be a very nasty backlash to this mollycoddling and favouritism if the Crown and courts don’t straighten out their act.”
See “Bail for first-degree murder? Why?” here.
See “Mom lied to judge about breastfeeding, court told” here.