12 May 2010

C'mon now... what's the big deal?

It's not like he got convicted of careless driving... or using his wife's email account...
Prosecutors are seeking a two-year jail term for the first Canadian charged with financing a terrorist organization.

Richard Peck, the accused’s lawyer, said a suspended sentence was more appropriate given the mitigating circumstances in the case.
Good grief, terrorism?

That's so last week.