13 November 2006

Bad news for thugs & lawbreakers

It's back to basics for the Ontario Provincial Police. No more Gwen Kissy-Face.

Fantino likes his image as a hard-nosed cop. "I believe that the laws of the land are there for all of us to observe and obey and I believe those who transgress are to be held accountable," he said.

"Sure, criminals don't like me. That's fine. And a lot of defence lawyers don't like me and that's fine, too. If you are a victim you will like me; if you are a criminal you won't."
The next time someone's thinkin' about throwing a blockade across a public highway they'd better bring their toothbrush and an extra change of underwear.

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4 comments:

Anonymous said...

"The next time someone's thinkin' about throwing a blockade across a public highway they'd better bring their toothbrush and an extra change of underwear."

Wouldn't count on that, Ontario still has the fearless and valiant Liberals in charge and THEY will never impose law on the natives

Neo Conservative said...

nah... they knew who julian fantino was when they put him in there. this is the libs attempting to toughen up their image.

they think, if it goes sideways, we can lay it off on fantino, which is both overly optimistic and downright stupid.

fantino is nobody's butt-boy, he's a smart guy who knows when to punch and when to block.

Anonymous said...

Well, the thugs are still in Caledonia and the citizens are still being ignored. When does the restoration of order begin?

Neo Conservative said...

it begins the next time some asshole lawbreaker decides to cut a trench across a public highway.

the squatters on the douglas creek estate are there at the invitation of dalton mcguinty, who has done everything except deliver pizza to them. that's out of fantino's hands... as is a political solution.

the opp, under fantino, will arrest people they catch breaking the law. which is a marked turnaround from the gwen boniface era.