17 June 2011

Show me the Justice

Hang on a sec... aren't "two concurrent 18-year prison terms"... just lawyer-speak for "one term with one third off for good behaviour?"

-- TORONTO -- The decision means Tyshan Riley, 28, will not be prosecuted for the first-degree murder of Eric Mutiisa, 23, shot to death on a driveway in Scarborough’s Malvern area in November 2002.

Nor will he stand trial in the fatal shooting of Omar Hortley, 21, who died in January 2004 as he walked alone on a Malvern street to watch TV at a friend’s house.
Give me one good reason Tyshan the serial killer should ever, ever get quit of federal lockup.

No wonder these bangers just laugh at us.

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RELATED: Who's zoomin' who?
A 26-year-old Toronto man has become the city’s 24th homicide victim of 2011 after a shooting Thursday night in the Jane-Finch area.

Police responded to a shooting call around 10 p.m. at a townhouse complex at 2901 Jane St., where up to 40 people had gathered.
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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"I think that "trying to turn his life around" is third on the list of most dangerous vocations, right after fisherman in the Bering Sea and Taliban scout."


2 comments:

JA Goneaux said...

I think that "trying to turn his life around" is third on the list of most dangerous vocations, right after fisherman in the Bering Sea and Taliban scout...

Neo Conservative said...

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isn't it funny how, every time one of these misguided youths gets busted, or blown away... they're always on the cusp of turning their lives around?

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