-- KAMLOOPS, B.C. -- A father who was found not criminally responsible for murdering his three children could be granted an absolute discharge if it's determined he doesn't pose a threat to the public, says the chairman of the B.C. Review Board.Only in Canada, you say?
FROM THE COMMENTS:
"It begs the question: "What doe's a person have to do to be deemed a threat to the general public? Oh yeah, I remember, become a legally registered firearms owner."Funny how that works, huh?
THE RETURN OF "LIBERAL SUPPORTER"
Do they let these guys use computers at the Mouse Factory? That'd sure explain a few things.