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The laws that made us Canadian
« on: July 09, 2011, 07:46:59 AM »
In the last decade organized crime has spend rapidly through Canada in every province and city and crime is growing. Our laws has been changed by politics and judges have no effect on criminals and the victims suffer more than criminals because judges change the law and other judges agree. If we are to stop crimes first we have to have tougher laws for criminals and longer sentences to keep predators locked up.
 We have seen more crimes and less convictions and it has separated the rich and poor when it comes to punishment. Most people see that white collar crime has been growing along with organized crime. Police are doing their best but without tougher laws crime will continue to grow
and the middle class and poor will suffer the most.


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Re: The laws that made us Canadian
« Reply #1 on: July 09, 2011, 07:53:12 AM »
I read a story once that said with drug cartels and human trafficking comes placing people "from the organization" into positions of power that make social change and determine the fate of those being charged. Gone are the days of unsophisticated, uneducated criminals. The new dawn, its a time when they are focused. Can we afford to sleep through it?

Statistics tell the story. Take the number of crimes and compare it to the number 1) arrested, 2) convicted, 3) the sentence provided, and 4) the time actually served. The answer shows how very serious a country is about crime, and predicts what the future holds. The exercise depends on proper statistic reporting and full disclosure.