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Sure, after killing as many as possible and recruiting others to do the same, the animal returned.

To add insult to national injury, instead of imposing a meaningful sentence, the court seems to feel the animal is all better now and should be let free to walk amongst and plot against an unsuspecting Canadian public in short order.

How long will it be post release before this religiously driven killer acts again in the name of his god and kills off a bunch of us?

I think the wise judge and defence counsel ought to take the creep into their own homes during the probationary rehab period following its release. By sharing, these two dolts could maybe learn something about the horror they both worked to release upon the rest of us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Animals like this are a great argument for the imposition of a death penalty !

I know it will never happen in politically correct Canada where “ I”m Sorry “ is the most used term in the country, but it’s the message that needs to be sent.

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The minority is noisily enforcing their view of everything on the majority anymore in this once free Country; think, or talk contrary to their misguided wishes and it's sanctions for you. 

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I don't know, he went there to do the same thing the Americans (and us) are trying to do, effect regime change. I'm surprised he wasn't given a medal instead.

 

my client did what he did to help the Syrian people to secure the overthrow of the (Bashar al-Assad) regime,

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I have no sympathy for this guy and certainly acceptance for his activities but I'm wondering what an appropriate sentence would be.  He went to Syria, met with some terrorists and a month later came back home.  He then encouraged others to join the "cause" and urged others to commit acts of terror but, apparently, didn't commit any acts himself.  So, I agree, 4 1/2 years is not long enough.  Just wondering what the sentence should be - according to the wisdom of the AEF?

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"He went to Syria, met with some terrorists and a month later came back home. He then encouraged others to join the "cause" and urged others to commit acts of terror but, apparently, didn't commit any acts himself."

The jihadi vacation perhaps? You know, the all inclusive tour type that gives clients the opportunity to participate in all the local festivities including beheadings, crucifixtions, gang rapes, burning infidels in cages and all sorts of other leisure activities ... yes, I know, he gave his word he was only there to watch.

There is only one reasonable sentence for this sort of criminal traitor in Canada .

The real question is, I think; why was he 'free' to return to Canada in the first place?

In six months, or so from now, he'll be unleashed on society again; lucky us.

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1 hour ago, DEFCON said:

why was he 'free' to return to Canada in the first place?

 

Because a Canadian, is a Canadian, is a CANADIAN.

as soon as their foot touches Canada they are a Canadian

 

 

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3 hours ago, DEFCON said:

Maybe I missed it, but I don't recall seeing anything identifying the creep as a 'Canadian? 

Mohamed was born in Canada and grew up in Durham region, east of Toronto. He went to high school in Ajax. His father worked at an Oshawa auto-glass business. His mother is a Whitby realtor.  https://globalnews.ca/news/3834325/how-police-hunted-ontario-terror-suspect-isis-anonymous/

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The following seems to fit the topic.

November 6, 2017 1:41 pm

Jimmy Bad Man sentenced to lesser charge in death of Sara-Jean Big Sorrel Horse near Blood Tribe Reserve

image-2.jpeg?quality=60&strip=all&w=40&h By Quinn Campbell Videographer  Global News
 

She died in 2015, nearly two years later her common-law partner was charged with manslaughter and now nine months later he has pleaded guilty to a lesser charge in the death of Sara-Jean Big Sorrel Horse.

Defence lawyer Mansoor Khan and Crown prosecutor Michael Fox came to a resolution in the case as day one of a preliminary hearing was set to begin in Lethbridge court.

In February of this year, 43-year-old Jimmy Bad Man was charged with manslaughter. On Monday, he pleaded guilty to criminal negligence causing death

The court heard from the Crown the events leading up to Big Sorrel Horse’s death. It began on June 26, 2015, when Bad Man, Big Sorrel Horse and two other Blood Tribe residents were drinking in an area known as “tent city” in Moses Lake, a community located on the south boundary of the Blood Reserve.

At the time, there were two tents in the area, one of which the common-law couple lived in.

Bad Man got money that day from his Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped cheque and purchased alcohol for Big Sorrel Horse, himself and two other tent city residents.

Big Sorrel Horse became extremely intoxicated, as did the other people partaking in the drinking. She passed out near the tent. Bad Man tried to wake her up by nudging her at first, then hitting her. He then began dropping his body on top of her repeatedly, she still did not wake up.

The next morning, June 27, the couple got up and went into town. On their way back to tent city, Big Sorrel Horse collapsed on the path. Bad Man tried to wake her for about 20 minutes. When she wouldn’t wake up he went to a nearby friend’s house. The friend called 911 and followed Bad Man back to where Big Sorrel Horse was, the friend began CPR.

Paramedics arrived and took her to the Cardston Hospital where she was pronounced dead.

The Crown told the court it was determined her death was a homicide. She suffered 47 injuries including displaced and fractured ribs, a lacerated lung, liver, pancreas and bowel. Her cause of death was internal bleeding caused by blunt force trauma.

In a joint submission, the Crown and the defence asked the judge to give a sentence of two years in jail with credit for time served.

Justice Eric Peterson was asked to take into consideration Bad Man’s past and upbringing. He and his family have a history of alcohol addiction, he receives financial assistance due to fetal alcohol spectrum disorder and he’s consumed hairspray and Listerine when he couldn’t afford alcohol.

His lengthy criminal record was also presented in court. It dates back to 1986 and includes a number of violent convictions including assault causing bodily harm.

Bad Man told the court: “I never meant for this to happen.” He added he loved her and he was sorry.

Justice Peterson sentenced Bad Man to two years in jail with credit for time served. He has been in custody since his arrest and has 325 days left to serve on his sentence.

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1 hour ago, st27 said:

Is this a statistic for the MMiwg tribunal?

They would not be interested because it was a fellow Indian that is the perp.

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